Startup Lesson 4: Boil it down

OK, so now you have this idea, and you’ve talked to everyone and their mother-in-law about it, and it’s starting to make some sense…to YOU. Remember, you were wrong, right? Then you were wrong again, right? It’s ok. Anyone who has ever started a business and seen it through to … Keep reading >>>

Pitch Practice 01-10-2014

Great session of pitching, learning, and networking to start off the new year.  Here’s who pitched and the lessons we learned.

  • Gary Guyer – D1 Sports – an online exchange to remove the “consultant” from the process of placing high school student athletes in the proper recruiting channels for college
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Pitch practice 12-13-2013

Great attendance again, and we spent a lot of time on just two pitches, but we learned a lot.

Chris Turner pitched FrankEinstein – a creative platform for future mad scientists everywhere, because today’s students are limited by their 4 walls and the classmates they are assigned. FrankEinstein lets you … Keep reading >>>

Pitch Practice 11-15-2013

(Cross Posted from PitchPractice.us)

We heard three very solid pitches today: two 5-minute pitches, one 3-minute pitch, and one approximately two minute pitch for a brand new idea.

  1. Bill Moffitt delivered his 6-minute pitch for Invisipon, in preparation for MIT Forum’s Run It By The Pros event next Wednesday.
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