WizeHive Partners with Startup America and The Next Web to Power Pitch Contest for Early Stage Enterprise Startups

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Winner will receive one of six spots in the Acceleprise Enterprise Technology Accelerator

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The Enterprise Entrepreneurship Challenge from Acceleprise is open for applications from now until June 8. The winner of the video pitch challenge will receive one of six spots in the July class of Acceleprise, an accelerator for enterprise technology companies.

The six companies that join the accelerator will receive mentorship, a $30,000 investment and over $150,000 worth of services and perks to help each startup reach the next level.

To enter the video pitch contest, you must be a member of Startup America, so join now, then submit your entry to the contest before June 8. The company with the most votes will automatically become a finalist. The winner of the contest will be selected by judges and announced June 15.

“We came up with the idea for WizeHive while managing applications for a startup accelerator, so this contest is a perfect fit for our platform,” says Mike Levinson, WizeHive CEO. “We are looking forward to seeing all of the pitches that startups enter.”

People outside of the enterprise technology startup space interested in the contest can contribute by doing two things. First, voting is open to everyone until June 8. Second, as the timeline is tight, they can help spread the word through startup communities around the nation.

About WizeHive
WizeHive is a collaboration platform that allows groups to share conversations, notes, tasks, calendars, files, and other information in secure, private, workspaces. Information can be entered from within WizeHive or via email, Twitter, and mobile devices. The WizeHive form builder, data utilities, and workflow tools enable collaboration around business process such as managing projects, processing resumes, evaluating funding requests, scheduling development, and more.

About the Enterprise Entrepreneurship Challenge
Enterprise Entrepreneurship Challenge is a online, national competition to find the most innovative early stage enterprise technology company. The winning company receives an offer for one of the six spots in July class of Acceleprise, the enterprise technology accelerator. Participation in the accelerator comes with a $30,000 investment, over $150,000 in perks such as AWS credits, and a community of mentors such as Youtube co-founder Jawed Karim and Washington Post Media CEO Katharine Weymouth. The competition is being done in partnership with Startup America, TheNextWeb, and Wizehive.

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