On Friday, June 09, Generational Transfer Entrepreneurs participated in the Pizza & Pitch at Project Olympus, Carnegie Mellon University’s startup incubator program. Project Olympus provides startup advice, micro-grants, incubator space, and connections for growing businesses. As a member of Project Olympus, GTE is sharpening their cutting-edge search and development process, combined with the team’s innovative entrepreneurial skills, to ultimately promote economic growth within the surrounding community. Pizza & Pitch is a program created for companies who share the Project Olympus office space to come together, eat pizza, and share their investment pitches in order to receive constructive criticisms from those who are listening. Operators-in-Residence (OIR) from GTE, Brenden VanBuren and Gabriel Chick, decided to take the plunge and make an investment pitch during the first session of the weekly luncheon. The OIR’s used this opportunity to fine-tune GTE’s investment pitch and get feedback from other members of Project Olympus.