Pitch Perfect is a Faculty of Medicine and Health Innovation Hub initiative to celebrate and support student entrepreneurs working on health focused innovations. Each fall, six student-based ventures are selected to pitch their concept to a panel of expert judges for the chance to win one of three Student Innovation Fellowships of $5,000 to help develop their project further.

Learn about last year’s winners here!

Key Dates:

  • Applications open Monday, September 26th
  • Last day to apply: Monday, October 17th
  • Pitch Competition – Wednesday, November 9 *In-person

Interested in watching the event? Stay tuned for event registration, coming soon!

Eligibility:

  • Team must be led by a current U of T student trainee (this includes undergraduate and graduate students) 
  • Product/concept must be within the health space 
  • Teams must by early stage (equivalent to H2i Level 2 or earlier) 

How to Apply?

To apply, please complete and submit the application form below.

Pitch Perfect 2022 Application Form

Pitch Perfect 2022 Application Form

Pitch Perfect is a Faculty of Medicine and Health Innovation Hub initiative to celebrate and support student innovations on Health Matters. Applications will be evaluated and six student project proposals will be selected to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas for three Student Innovation Fellowships of $5,000 each to help develop your ideas. Applications are due by October 17th and Pitch Perfect will take place on November 9th in person.

Completing this form registers you as an applicant for the Pitch Competition. Information collected in this form is requested to give the H2i team an idea of where you are at and so we know where to start in supporting your venture project. If you cannot answer some of the questions at this time, this be perfectly normal if you are the early ideation phase. It is, however, important that you register your project with us so that we can track your progress and get you the resources that you need.

Eligibility

To be eligible for Pitch Perfect, teams must be led by a current U of T student trainee (this includes undergraduate and graduate students), the product/concept must be within the health space and teams must by early stage (equivalent to H2i Level 2 or earlier).

Application

Team Information - Please Include All Team Members (Add each additional member by clicking "add" at bottom of section)

Project Description

Please describe your project below. Keep in mind these 10 key questions: What is the Problem you are solving? What is the size of your Market? Who is part of your Team and what do they bring? What is your Technology and Solution? Who are your Customers and what is your Revenue model? How will you go to Market? Who is your Competition? What is your Value Proposition? What is your Financial plan? What are your key Milestones?