Young Entrepreneurs to Pitch Investors

A group of student entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas for investment capital at the Young Entrepreneurs Academy’s second Annual Investor Panel on April 10.

The event will be held at the Belmont Country Club and is open to the public and free to students 18 years and younger.

The Loudoun Young Entrepreneurs Academy is an entrepreneurship training program that matches local business owners and leaders with middle and high school students to help them develop and launch their own business or nonprofit organization.

During the event, each student will have three minutes to pitch their business, in hopes of receiving an investment. Students will demonstrate their business plans, mission statements, future plans for growth and financial reports.

The Loudoun YEA! is presented by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and the Loudoun Economic Development Authority, in partnership with Loudoun County Public Schools, the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development, the Mason Enterprise Center Loudoun and Loudoun Youth. To register and for more details, go to

12-Year-Old Pitches Startup Idea to Loudoun Entrepreneurs

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