Two entrepreneurs believe they have the secret to making premium instant coffee.
The founders of TuckrBox need to convince investors that their healthy food delivery service is more than just a noble idea.
Could a little sensor designed to measure punches be the next big hit in a long line of fitness fads?
The social media landscape is a veritable graveyard of failed startups, but Matthew Peltier believes his company, Shimmur, is different.
College students Evan Thomas and Troy Pettie have been moonlighting to build a business they hope will bring millennials back into casinos.
An entrepreneur thinks he has the solution to sports-related concussions—but now he has to convince investors to buy in.
David Dicko is bringing virtual reality to the skies. It’s an ambitious plan, and he’s going to need $1.8 million to take off in a punishing market. Will the investors trust his team to succeed where so many others have failed?
Most of us stop thinking about our food scraps once we take the trash to the curb. Not so for Amanda Weeks, who started a food waste company designed to reduce harmful greenhouse gases. Now she just needs investors to get behind her plan to save the planet.
The hotel room hasn’t been significantly disrupted since the addition of the television in the 1950s. Pieter Boekhoff wants to change that—by transforming what happens when we look in the mirror. But first, he has to convince investors that there’s money to be made in hospitality.
Juan-Pablo Segura has built an app that he’s sure will revolutionize the way expectant mothers receive medical care. But first he needs to convince a panel of investors to bankroll his plan—to the tune of a million dollars.