Hudson Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week
Teen and Tween Pitch Competition
In celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Hudson Library & Historical Society held its first ever pitch competition for teens and tweens on November 15. Finalists in grades 6-12 were selected from the pool of online applications to pitch their innovative product ideas to a panel of expert judges in front of an audience.
Cash prizes were awarded to the top three pitches in two age groups -- grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 -- based on the idea itself as well as the presentation. Pitches can be viewed on the Library’s YouTube Channel or by clicking here.
Females Ruled the Pitch Night for Adults
The Sixth Annual Pitch Night was held on November 13 at Hudson Library & Historical Society and attracted 47 applicants. Seven finalists were selected to pitch their business ideas to a panel of expert judges in front of an audience.
Females dominated the competition, taking the top three spots. Augment Therapy took first place and $3,000 in prize money for a software that combines telerehabilitation and augmented reality experiences to improve the delivery of pediatric physical therapy. Second place was awarded to AlterMe, and third place honors went to PlateMap.