Seed the South Pitch Application
This application is to pitch at Seed the South on January 9th. The application deadline is 11:59 p.m. EST on December 16th. We are working with ecosystem leaders and angel groups to get around 100 new and current early-stage investors in one room.

Startup requirement to participate in pitch competition:
• Actively Fundraising (or will be soon)
• Stage: Around MVP or later
• Around 1-3 years in business
• Raised less than $3m
• At least one founder located in Charlotte (within 30 miles of city-center)

The top startups will be judged on a point-based system. Criteria include:
• (10 pts) Creativity- Originality of the idea
• (10 pts) Potential – Longevity, actualization and profitability
• (10 pts) Team – Who is your team and how will they make your company a success?
• (10 pts) Pitch – Clarity and Performance

We will be tallying votes for 3 categories at the Seed the South event (prizes will increase with sponsorship):
• Judge Big Pitch Favorite ($1,000 sponsored by Lowe's Ventures), $3000 worth of Bookkeeping Services from Reconciled and a one-year membership to BIG
• Attendee’s Favorite Big Pitch ($1,000 sponsored by Castle)
• Best Quick Pitch at demo table ($1,000 sponsored by Hygge)

All Big Pitch winners will also receive two months free coworking membership at Advent Coworking.
All Big Pitch participants will receive an one-year membership at Packard place.
All Seed the South participants will receive $1,000 in AWS Credits.

We will select up 4-8 startups to do the Big Pitch, based on scores. If your startup isn't selected to pitch, you can still participate with a demo table. The 22 startups with the highest scores will be invited to participate with a demo table and Quick Pitch competition. Only two leaders from each startup can participate for free.

***If you want a demo table, but aren't interested in the Big Pitch, fill out the application and email ***

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