Watch White pitch his shorts to Alicia Syrett, board member of the New York Angels, Patrick Chung, founding partner of seed stage venture firm, Xfund, and David Wu, general partner at VC firm, Maveron.
Watch the duo pitch their start-up in just 60 seconds to Sonja Hoel Perkins of Broadway Angels, Deborah Jackson, founder and CEO of Plum Alley, and Jessica Peltz, Venture Capitalist at KBS+ Ventures.
Watch Nevo pitch his new technology to panelists Alicia Syrett, board member of the New York Angels, Maxwell Ryan, Apartment Therapy founder, and Nat Burgess, Corum Group president. Will the "Power Pitch" judges envision his start-up as the next big thing?
Watch Hanson pitch his start-up to a panel with Dennis Crowley, a former ski and snowboard instructor and Foursquare founder, Sam Moulton, executive editor of Outside Magazine, and Alicia Syrett, a lifelong skier and New York Angels board member.
CNBC gave Hermand- Waiche just 60 seconds to reveal his new lingerie line to a panel of experts with Kelly Hoey, Cuurio Chief Marketing Officer, Nikhil Kalghatgi, Vast Ventures Partner, and Alicia Syrett, CEO of Pantegrion Capital. Will they find his start-up hot, or not? Watch the video to find out!
One man says he's created the perfect bromance between a crate and a crowbar."We hand select stuff that guy's love ... pack it into wooden crates, and send every crate with a crowbar," Jonathan Beekman told CNBC.
Attention hot sauce enthusiasts. Entrepreneur Casey Elsass has an announcement: "I love you Sriracha, but spicy honey is the next big thing."At 28, Casey Elsass quit his administrative job at the Metropolitan Opera in New York to co-found condiment start-up MixedMade in Brooklyn with his good
The answer avoids storage and overcrowded fridge doors. Instead Lanzetta co-founded Plum Print, a start-up transforming artwork into custom coffee-table books. And she told CNBC she's been profitable from Day One.
Aamir Baig’s company puts a new business model on the table — luxury furniture at an affordable price.Baig cofounded e-commerce furniture start-up, Bryght, which he projects will hit $5 million in revenue by the end of this year.
Billetz had 60 seconds to pitch his big vision to a panel with Maveron Partner David Wu; Cuurio Chief Marketing Officer Kelly Hoey; and University of Pennsylvania's E-Commerce Professor, David Bell.
Watch Stefanie Mnayraji show off her big idea in just 60 seconds to the panel of angel investor Divya Gugnani, Cuurio Chief Marketing Officer Kelly Hoey and FirstMark capital founder Lawrence Lenihan. The segment was hosted by CNBC's Mandy Drury. Will this founder slip up or will her sexy pitch sell
Watch Alex Furmansky show off his custom toys in just 60 seconds to a Power Pitch panel with former toy retail executive, Rachel Jarrett, President of K'Nex Brands, Michael Araten, and co-founder and COO of Expansion VC, Ryan Melohn. Will the panelists be buddy-buddy with Budsies or call it child
Ray Doustdar is the CEO and founder of Buiced Inc., which produces a liquid multi-vitamin which he claims gives your body 100 percent daily value of vitamins from in a single 1-ounce dosage.
One start-up is trying to make a major splash in the sharing economy this summer. But instead of renting out houses and cars—this company is hitting the water.
Designing a new home or workspace can be challenging and expensive. Yet one start-up is on a mission to change that, and its founders say they’ve been profitable from day one.
One recent MBA graduate is making a fashion statement in the denim industry—premium jeans at half the price. And he wants to take on major name brands like Levi’s, J Crew and Seven7 Jeans.
CNBC gave Downey 60 seconds to pitch her brainchild to Deborah Jackson, founder and CEO of plumalley.co, Kent Bennett, a partner with Bessemer Ventures, and CNBC’S Mandy Drury. Watch now to see if she can convince YOU and the Power Pitch panel that weeSpring is a golden child in the start-up world.
She’s not your typical bridezilla. But this entrepreneur wants to take on the $50 billion wedding industry—no holds barred.
From saucy sexts to LOLs, people send and receive millions of texts every month and sometimes those messages capture a digital record of a budding romance. That’s why Tyler Barnet wants to make sure you can hold on to the texts that really matter forever. Barnet’s come up with a way to help you take