Giving Back: Sending the Elevator Down
Updated: May 18
Arthur Salzer is interviewed by Donna Messer about his involvement as a Python for the Rotary Club of Halton - Python's Pit.
The goal of Pythons’ Pit is to foster innovation, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit in Halton Region by, Providing an opportunity for high school students to develop their business planning skills.
Entrepreneurial residents and students of Halton Region apply to pitch their business or product ideas to a panel of business moguls known as The Pythons.
Pythons’ Pit provides an avenue for creative, entrepreneurial residents and students of Halton Region to pitch their business concepts and product ideas in front of a live audience and a panel of real business moguls from the community also known as “The Pythons”. Finalists will enhance their knowledge; receive much-needed capital or scholarships, in-kind assistance, and mentoring.
Northland donated $5,000 and raised another $5,000 from Fibernetics along with 20 hours of participation by Arthur Salzer to help this Rotary Club of Halton event. 11 episodes aired on Cogeco TV in 2015.