This New TV Show for Women in Business Can Help You Earn $100,000 for Your Company–Apply Now



It’s not everyday that an entrepreneur of a budding company gets to pitch top investors right in the iconic Nasdaq MarketSite at Times Square.

But this fall, select female business owners will have the opportunity to do so, through the new TV series produced in partnership with Inc.Women of Wall Street, which will premiere in April 2023 on CBS-owned and operated TV stations in New York, L.A., Chicago, San Francisco, and Atlanta, and streaming services like Paramount+ and Pluto TV. Applications are currently open for founders to appear on the show.

If selected, female entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to share the story of their company to a national audience, and they’ll also have a chance to win a $100,000 investment in their business.

Passionate founders of game-changing companies are strongly encourage to apply by submitting a three-to-four-minute long video introducing themselves. Consider this your chance to share what makes your entrepreneurial journey compelling, and how your company stands out from the crowd. Applicants are also encourage to share their company headquarters (home offices count!) and introduce the most important people in their lives. And, of course, they’ll have to give a compelling pitch for their company or product.

Selected applicants must be available to film in August 2022 and October 2022, though entrepreneurs who move on to the “All-Star round” of the competition–which will include a business challenge–may be required for filming at additional dates. 

Simply put: It’s an opportunity that you–and your growing company–won’t want to pass up. Apply here.



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