FAMU Alumna Wins $10K Business Pitch Competition
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One year after watching other entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas in the Black Enterprise $10,000 Elevator Pitch contest, Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumna Ebonee Rudolph decided to compete and won. Rudolph, whose pen name is Ebonee Monique, is the owner of the boutique ghostwriting firm “Mama I Want to Write!” In 60 seconds, in front of approximately 1,500 people, and on her 30th birthday (May 24), Monique convinced celebrity judges at the annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference and Expo in Chicago, Ill. that her business was worth the investment.
“Last year, I was watching this elevator pitch from the audience,” said Monique. “I am overjoyed to be able to see my growth as a business owner and to have received such great feedback from my pitch!”
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