Elevator Pitch: This MBA student wants to change how you buy picture frames

Frameable's Nick White pitches his business plan to Andy Sack, Rebecca Lovell and John Cook in The Elevator Pitch

We’re back for another episode of The Elevator Pitch, the show where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans in the 43 seconds it takes to ride to the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle.

In this episode we hear from University of Washington MBA student Nick White, the founder of Seattle upstart Frameable. White entered the Space Needle elevator with a ton of enthusiasm, so check out whether we kept him around or eliminated him from the competition.

Meanwhile, here are the first two installments of the Elevator Pitch, featuring PetHub founder Tom Arnold and Mannequin founder Prashant Sridharan.


So, what do you think? Did we make the right choice? Cast your ballot here:

Think you’ve got what it takes to pitch your business while speeding to the top of the Space Needle? We’ll be filming another round of contestants next week, and are currently taking applications. If interested, email me — john@geekwire.com — with a quick explanation of your business and why you think you’ll get to stay on top of the Needle with us.

Stay tuned for more episodes of the Elevator Pitch. A big thanks to Lift Digital and the Space Needle for helping to make the show possible.