Pitch perfect

When the organisers of Britain’s biggest small business competition The Pitch invited us to see this year’s crop of entrepreneurs, we couldn’t resist scooping up some tips along the way…

While we’re called Style Tribe, it’s not just fashion we’re interested in; having true style means being creative, and so it was with great interest that we listened to pitches from some of the UK’s brightest new business owners.

The event, which took place in Bristol last month, is put together by local publishers Sift Media, who run SME bible BusinessZone.co.uk. We were delighted to play a small part in the event, talking to all 30 finalists and helping to compile content for their YouTube channel, which is a fantastic resource for anyone who is thinking about or is already setting up their own business.

The big winner of the day was Rebecca Coates, founder of propertEco. Here’s what she told us after her victory…

The Pitch is now on the lookout for their next big business winner, so if you have a unique idea and want to promote your business and get excellent mentoring support, visit thepitchuk.com to find out how to enter your business for The Pitch 2015.

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Pitch perfect

When the organisers of Britain’s biggest small business competition The Pitch invited us to see this year’s crop of entrepreneurs, we couldn’t resist scooping up some tips along the way…

While we’re called Style Tribe, it’s not just fashion we’re interested in; having true style means being creative, and so it was with great interest that we listened to pitches from some of the UK’s brightest new business owners.

The event, which took place in Bristol last month, is put together by local publishers Sift Media, who run SME bible BusinessZone.co.uk. We were delighted to play a small part in the event, talking to all 30 finalists and helping to compile content for their YouTube channel, which is a fantastic resource for anyone who is thinking about or is already setting up their own business.

The big winner of the day was Rebecca Coates, founder of propertEco. Here’s what she told us after her victory…

The Pitch is now on the lookout for their next big business winner, so if you have a unique idea and want to promote your business and get excellent mentoring support, visit thepitchuk.com to find out how to enter your business for The Pitch 2015.