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Earlier this year, I attended the Girls in Tech Amplify Women Pitch competition in San Francisco. As an aspiring founder,…
About 18 months ago, novice entrepreneur Sue Khim flew to San Francisco from her home in Illinois to take part in an uncommonly public version of a Silicon Valley rite of passage — the pitch. With thousands of other young techies in the audience, she was scheduled to be onstage at the Launch Festival, a showcase for “stealth” startups that have managed to keep their products out of the voracious tech press, or have as-yet-unreleased products to announce.
Khim’s presentation knocked it out of the park, bagging $75k for Alltuition, a “Turbo Tax for student loans.”