Brave businesses pitched their product to investors

at Bradley's campus for the Brave Launch business accelerator program.

PEORIA, IL - 5 entrepreneurs learned the skills to create a successful business.Teams pitched their business models to potential investors Wednesday at Bradley University. It's part of the brave launch business accelerator program. 5 businesses were chosen to go through a 7 weeks program designed to better develop their business model.

"It really takes you through the whole aspect of understanding who your customer is and what value you can deliver to them in your product or service you're developing" said Ross Miller, Director of Technology Commercialization at Bradley University. 

Participant Allan Dikeman, founder of the Digital Dipstick Company,said the program taught him essential skills he needs to help his business grow. 

"This class was really intense and it helped us get out of the building and talk to our customers to build a business model for a scalable business that would be successful in the long run" said Dikeman. 

Participants were awarded prizes based on their pitch and business model at 1 PM Thursday.
    


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