Dhaxle reached the semi finals of Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Competition

June

Pivotri - currently Dhaxle - reaches the semi-finals of Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Competition

  • Winner has been announced on June 20th, 2019.
  • The final round included 5 contenders selected from more than a hundred global startups.
  • The competition measures startups’ business plans, models and pitches.
Philadelphia, PA, June 10th, 2019 — Pivotri (currently Dhaxle), a Money Transfer and Value-adding Services provider, has reached the semi-finals of Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program competition. The final round, part of a program started in March 2019, includes five startups selected from a field of more than a hundred contenders.
The selection criteria evaluate the coherence of Pivotri’s business plan, including a clearly defined customer value proposition, large market opportunity, and clear innovation path. Using Wharton’s entrepreneurship tools, methods, and concepts, the comprehensive pitch demonstrated the creativity, and innovation of the business model supported by detailed, evidence-based analysis.
We are thankful to the incredible team behind the pitch and the continuous support received from various sources. They enable us to back up our value proposition and show the tremendous opportunities ahead for the investors, partners and customers. We are equally grateful to the distinguished team of scholars and administrators of the Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program.
The Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program is one of the learning programs provided by Wharton Executive Education, in collaboration with Emeritus, geared towards advancing business practices globally.
Philadelphia, PA, June 10th, 2019 — Pivotri (currently Dhaxle), a Money Transfer and Value-adding Services provider, has reached the semi-finals of Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program competition. The final round, part of a program started in March 2019, includes five startups selected from a field of more than a hundred contenders.
The selection criteria evaluate the coherence of Pivotri’s business plan, including a clearly defined customer value proposition, large market opportunity, and clear innovation path. Using Wharton’s entrepreneurship tools, methods, and concepts, the comprehensive pitch demonstrated the creativity, and innovation of the business model supported by detailed, evidence-based analysis.
We are thankful to the incredible team behind the pitch and the continuous support received from various sources. They enable us to back up our value proposition and show the tremendous opportunities ahead for the investors, partners and customers. We are equally grateful to the distinguished team of scholars and administrators of the Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program.
The Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program is one of the learning programs provided by Wharton Executive Education, in collaboration with Emeritus, geared towards advancing business practices globally.