Richard Branson invites video pitches from entrepreneurs

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As part of its 25th Anniversary celebrations, Virgin Atlantic is launching a new show, PitchTV, which will air onboard and will also be available online on virgin.com.
 
Entrepreneurs in search of investment and exposure for their business ideas will be invited to upload short video pitches to http://richard.virgin.com.
 
The online community will vote for their favourite video pitches and each month, the winning videos will feature as part of Virgin Atlantics PitchTV show which will air on their inflight entertainment system gaining exposure to the hundreds of business professionals who regularly fly Virgin Atlantic. Anyone interested in hearing more about the most popular entrepreneurs business ideas will then be able to get in contact and maybe help take their ideas further.
 
Each PitchTV show will also feature exclusive interviews with guest entrepreneurs answering questions posed by Richards Twitter and blog followers. So far, confirmed guest business people include Charles Dunstone (Carphone Warehouse), Gary Vaynerchuk (Wine Library TV), Michelle Mohan (Ultima), James Caan (Dragons Den) and Tony Hseih (Zappos).
 
Richard says:
 
When I was starting out, I wish I could have had the chance to pitch my business ideas directly to people who could help make my ambitions a reality. We can now make that happen for you.
 
If you're a budding entrepreneur, we're giving you the unique opportunity of getting your ideas by top business professionals from around the world on board Virgin Atlantic planes as well online at virgin.com.

Who knows among the viewers might be someone with the power to bring your idea to life.
 
Entrepreneurs should film themselves delivering their best pitch possible, making sure its no longer than 2 minutes. Then they simply upload their video pitches here : http://entrepreneur.virgin.com/pitchtv/
 
May the best video pitches get the exposure they deserve!
 
 

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