My “5 Minute Pitch” Journey

The life of an entrepreneur is one of faith, hard work, and believing in your product. When I started my journey as the creator of Click & Carry, I had a belief in my product as well as the knowledge that Click & Carry was useful, universal, and under patent protection. Instead of worrying about naysayers, I focused on how to make the Click & Carry handle a better quality product that could help all people with their everyday errands. Whether you’re a working mother shopping for groceries, a handyman who needs help carrying paint cans, or a snowboarder who needs help carrying his snowboots to the top of the slopes, Click & Carry is there for you. Oh, and did we mention how amazing Click & Carry is for canines?

When I first applied to the “5 Minute Pitch,” I was hopeful that I would be able to receive the mentorship from the judges including Scott Voelker, Steve Chou, Greg Mercer, and Michael Jackness because all of us entrepreneurs need guidance and advice. I was beyond thrilled when I found out that “Click & Carry” made the Final Four in the contest.

On my way to the Final Four competition for “5 Minute Pitch,” I did some deep thinking about the strengths and weaknesses of my product and wondered what it would be like to move forward with the mentorship of the judges including Steve Chou, Greg Mercer, Scott Voelker and Michael Jackness.

I won. I was just so grateful and in shock at this amazing opportunity that I’ve been given. Thank you so much to everyone at “5 Minute Pitch” for giving this entrepreneur a chance to take Click & Carry to the next level. Also, to all the entrepreneurs out there who feel discouraged during the ebbs and flows of getting your product out to market, keep your chin up, keep grinding, and make your product distinct in the marketplace. And you will thrive.

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