(Photo by Micah Gold/Vinetta via Facebook)
Hey, DMV-area female founders — here’s an opportunity to perfect that pitch, and possibly win a $20,000 cash prize.
The Vinetta Project in D.C., the District-based branch of the NYC-born collective that seeks to close the gender-based VC funding gap, launched a 2016 Venture Challenge on Wednesday. The competition will run March through July — interested startups should put in an application now to be selected for the semifinal stage.
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