Practice Pitch: Resident, an experiential dining company

Practice Pitch: Resident, an experiential dining company

One of the activities that take place within the GEM is practice investment pitches. One entrepreneur takes the hot seat and gives a 5-10 minute pitch to 5-9 other entrepreneurs from the community. Everyone on the call (we use Google Meet) then spends 20-40 minutes asking questions and providing constructive feedback. The sole goal is to help the “hot seat” entrepreneur refine and improve his/her pitch going forward.

Next up: Brian Mommsen from Resident, an experiential dining company that hosts bespoke, culinary events in underutilized residential spaces. They provide an amenity to accelerate lease-up, increase tenant retention, and create an additional revenue stream through a profit share.

My thoughts on the company can be found here.

The pitch is this Thursday, on May 21st at 1:30 pst / 4:30 est.

While this is NOT a public event, we have a couple open spots for participation if there are real estate owners, developers, landlords, or owners of family investment offices interested and willing to spend 45 minutes helping out.

Interested? Please send a link to your website and/or Linkedin to drew at geekestatelabs dot com.

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