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These five startups are at the forefront of the creative economy in the United States and ready to take their company to the global stage -- but who will be chosen as the United States finalist? Join us at the Creative Business Cup USA Finals to see who will succeed in pitching their way to Copenhagen for the Global Creative Business Cup Finals, and the chance at $190,000 worth in Prizes!
Vince Kadlubek, Cofounder and CEO at Meow Wolf
Niki Koubourlis, CEO & Founder, Bold Betties
Gear Fisher, CEO, Peaksware Holdings, LLC. and Co-Founder of TrainingPeaks
Amy Cosper, CEO RadicalUpstarts and former Editor in Chief, Entrepreneur Magazine
Alice Loy, CEO Creative Startups
Creative Business Cup (CBC), often called “the United Nations of entrepreneurship and creativity,” is the world’s largest gathering of creative economy startups. The CBC Global Finals take place every year in Denmark, and the competition brings together over 5,000 creative founders from 60 nations, all "speaking the language of entrepreneurship" as CBC Founder, Rasmus Tscherning, says.
Creative Startups is excited to host the Creative Business Cup USA Finals at Denver Startup Week! The USA winner will receive an all-expense paid trip to Copenhagen (including airfare, hotel, meals) valued at $3,000, and additional legal, accounting, and coaching services worth a combined $10,000.
Last year's CBC USA Winners, the dynamic mother-daughter duo Mixtroz, went on to win the Invio Experience Technology Solution Prize at the Global Finals, and have grown by leaps and bounds ever since. In addition to a cameo on A&E's Rooster and Butch, Mixtroz founders Kerry Schrader and Ashlee Ammons went on to win $100k from former AOL CEO Steve Case during his Rise of the Rest Birmingham competition. You can read more about Mixtroz here!
CBC GLOBAL 2017 by the Numbers:
$190,000 in Prizes
5,000+ participating startups
500+ VIP Guests
150+ startup pitches
The Curtis Hotel
1405 Curtis St