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Rising Tide Capital
August 05th, 2019

RISE: The Challenge Top 15 Copy

It’s Rising Tide Capital’s 15th Anniversary, and 15 entrepreneurs have risen to the challenge and are competing for a grand prize of $15,000! Fifteen of our RISE 50–three in each sector–completed the second round of the Challenge and are now moving on to our Sector Finals. Each entrepreneur will pitch head-to-head with those in their

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Rising Tide Capital
August 05th, 2019

RISE: The Challenge Top 15 Copy

It’s Rising Tide Capital’s 15th Anniversary, and 15 entrepreneurs have risen to the challenge and are competing for a grand prize of $15,000! Fifteen of our RISE 50–three in each sector–completed the second round of the Challenge and are now moving on to our Sector Finals. Each entrepreneur will pitch head-to-head with those in their

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Rising Tide Capital
July 25th, 2019

CATCHING UP WITH THE CHAMPIONS: ERICA CANNEDY Copy

With the opening of our annual pitch competition RISE: The Challenge (formerly known as The Start Something Challenge) now open, we caught up with one of last year’s champions, Erica Cannedy, owner of Embracing Change Counseling Services, LLC. Last year, Erica took home the $5,000 Health sector prize and the Community Choice Award and since

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Rising Tide Capital
July 25th, 2019

CATCHING UP WITH THE CHAMPIONS: LISI VASQUEZ Copy

With the 2019 RISE: The Challenge (formerly known as The Start Something Challenge) now open, we caught up with last year’s champions, including Lisi Vasquez, owner of Midnight Market. Last year, Lisi took home the $5,000 Community sector prize, and since then she and her team haven’t stopped. Why did you start your business? What

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Rising Tide Capital
July 25th, 2019

CATCHING UP WITH THE CHAMPIONS: LISI VASQUEZ Copy

With the 2019 RISE: The Challenge (formerly known as The Start Something Challenge) now open, we caught up with last year’s champions, including Lisi Vasquez, owner of Midnight Market. Last year, Lisi took home the $5,000 Community sector prize, and since then she and her team haven’t stopped. Why did you start your business? What

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