RooSense, a consumer diagnostic company that provides users with rehydration strategies based on real-time data, announced today it has been named a finalist in the Score and Key4Women Pitch Contest.
The pitch contest, held for women-owned businesses in 16 counties in Northeast Ohio, consists of two groups—one for startups and the other for existing businesses. The grand prize winner will be awarded $10,000.
“I am thrilled to be named a finalist in this competition,” said Chelsea Monty-Bromer, CEO and founder of RooSense. “Not only would the cash prize help take RooSense to the next level as a start-up company, but the opportunity to be in the same room as other like-minded, entrepreneurial women has been invaluable.”
The pitch contest will be held on Oct. 7 at 10 a.m. Finalists will present a four-minute pitch and field questions for six minutes. Winners will be selected by a panel of five judges: three local women business owners and two KeyBank bankers.
Key4Women started in 2005 as a campaign to lend $1 billion to qualified women-owned businesses within three years. The program achieved that in two years and has now generated more than $12 billion in loans to women-owned businesses. Membership in Key4Women is free. In addition to helping women business leaders and owners tap into capital to build and grow their businesses, Key4Women members gain valuable access to a team of local Certified Key4Wome Advisors who advocate, connect and empower women on their journey to financial wellness. For more information, visit key.com/key4women. KeyBank is Member FDIC.