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Peter and Zubin were excited, to say the least, about their trip to LA last month. Not only did the co-founders of Olympus Projects have a lot of networking and business meetings planned, but Peter was actually picked by the Grammy U organization to be a seat filler at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony. The team had an unbelievably productive trip, where they were not only able to enjoy one of the music capital’s of the U.S., but also network and create new and exciting business opportunities.
Read about how the Olympus Projects team pitched during the semi final round of the Pitch Dingman Competition for a grand total price of 15k. Zubin and Peter spoke to a room full of investors and students in a calm, cool and collected manner. The duo explained their company, its value proposition, what they would do with the prize money and more.
It marks almost two years since Zubin Gadhoke and Peter Robinson decided to join forces and launch their first company. Both of these men have always had a love and passion for music, but Olympus Projects - their music management and consulting startup - symbolizes the beginning of their professional careers, as a team, in the industry.