2014 SVP Fast Pitch Winners

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2014 SVP Fast Pitch Winner Stacy Flynn of evRNu. Photo by Gary Voth.

The 2014 SVP Fast Pitch Final Showdown took place at McCaw Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Here are the winners from the 2014 SVP Fast Pitch program. Nearly $300,000 in cash prizes were awarded and there were over 800 who attended, making it the largest Fast Pitch ever.

Stacy Flynn of Evrnu took home a $140,000 investment, the top prize for a for-profit. Photo by Gary Voth.

Organization Award Track Amount
Dyslexi-type  Microsoft Award Technology for Good. High School Venture $10,000
Pay It Forward  Women's Funding Alliance Award for Girls & Women. Established Nonprofit $7,500
Pay It Forward  Tableau Foundation Slalom Data Innovation Award. Established Nonprofit  $10,000
InvestNextDoor  Outerwall/Points of Light Civic Venture Award. Startup For-profit an opportunity to win $50,000
SEEDclassroom   Impact Donor Award. Startup For-profit $3,500
Evrnu  Audience Choice Award. Startup For-profit $3,500
Evrnu, SEEDClassroom, Bike Works  Grow50. 3 winners $100,000 in consulting
Dyslexi-type  First Place. High School Venture $1,500
Club What   Second Place. High School Venture  $500
Scholarship Junkies  First Place. University Venture $4,000
MiPS Bank  Second Place University Venture $1,000
Tiny Trees First Place. Startup Nonprofit $15,000
Edge Schools Foundation  Second Place. Startup Nonprofit $3,000
Unleash the Brilliance First Place Established Nonprofit $20,000
Bike Works  Second Place. Established Nonprofit $4,000
Evrnu  First Place. Investment Fund For-Profit $140,000
Lendr Second Place. Investment For-Profit $55,000
Recovery Cafe Most Improved Established Glory
Select Semifinalists & Finalists Angel Checks. All tracks 20-$500


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