iOwn – Example of Student Presentation at Start-Up Program Business Plan Competition


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PowerPoint Best Practices – Creating The Killer Business Plan

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0:04before we dive deep into you coming up with one of the specifics logic great
0:07free pitch tak
0:09orissa best practices around you know good slide x
0:12one is is you’re trying to tell story with your dad you’re not trying to tell
0:15every detail of the business plan
0:17higher manufacturing something all the details missus were a lot of
0:21entrepreneurs get troubles the try to really show every detail
0:24and that’s not what the purposes
0:26the purpose of a pitch dark
0:27is to sell your idea not to explain everything the next thing is that this
0:33was a great but avoid clipart
0:35you know if you’re not good with graphics you know how to make a pretty
0:38just keep it simple down-and-dirty love couple your
0:40grateful points with just a few words beach
0:43the next thing is data is king
0:46you know if you know specific numbers about the size of your market conversion
0:49ratios
0:50if you already have traction numbers you’ve got your site up we’re selling
0:53products make shoeless real data that’s really important entire pitch that
0:58that’s filled with little call fluff
1:00which is a lot of nice information but not real details really turns off
1:04investors
1:06try to avoid industry jargon or overly technical terminology in your pitch
1:10black
1:11you never know who you’re talking to him
1:13most investors will not be an expert in your space so bring it down to it you
1:17know the average persons level you could use some business terminology that’s
1:20common but try to avoid through a specific you know and
1:24and acronyms abbreviations specific to your industry
1:27if you have a product make sure you show it
1:30me i’m not nestle in person but makes usually several pictures of it
1:33even if it’s just wire frame of your website show me what you think it’s
1:36gonna look like people connect with that and that’s an important component of a
1:41pitch decks is that i i can’t angela get an idea of what you’re trying to do
1:45just as you can say everything about your business plan pitch deck
1:48you also are going to be all to cover every your possible risk an issue that
1:53is so if there’s real risk in your business which should be to start up
1:57your innovate you’re going just acknowledge it make sure it’s there in
2:00the dish that can move on
2:02uh… you can deal with you know more detailed once in the cuny section after
2:05your presentation
2:07now you may be in a presentation though that you’re gonna need details for
2:10clinton’s but it doesn’t really fit into pitch to ac
2:13this is where pantex isn’t good for
2:15you could have as many of you on a pitch tak and this can be smaller type this
2:19isn’t meant for presentation this has reference material
2:22syndication pitching
2:23an investor to end a potential besser says hey
2:26known really curious about your market was sizing
2:29where did you come up with that you can go let’s go to page thirteen the
2:33appendix still bath
2:35and i can show you my calculus of how i came with
2:38you you know in the past decade we want to give what is the number you’re aiming
2:41for your market share
2:42but you know it had exceeded have all those details about your business plan
2:46and really i think i’ll see
2:48the last few component
2:50be prepared to revise in erie you’re back everytime you talk to someone i
2:54don’t you take everything by uh… verbatim what every investor says with a
2:58although i have different opinions on what they like and don’t like
3:00but just like with our customers give you feedback you have to decide what all
3:04i want to do
3:05with the you know it with feedback to want to take an implement do with your
3:08deck just because you’ve spent you may be weeks developing many months
3:11development don’t think it should be a bit son touchable the willing to
3:15challenge it breaking apart elyn if you’re not getting media requests after
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How To Generate Business Ideas In Minutes


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0:01how I am Joseph bench right its mapping don’t come
0:04and I want to talk to you today about want my
0:07book and two I want to be secreted from Asian
0:10that will help you to generate your own business idea is
0:14in less than 15 minutes and
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0:33it will show you how to generate beside a space to you is a typical within 15
0:40minutes and I’m going to show you how to make sure does that is a viable in the
0:43real world
0:44and how to implement don’t like is make a reality
0:47a trade fair to pass a mystery in pay conversational English
0:52I Rights Act ok and picnic by the book to access to it
0:56great business ideas he calls which looks at bats creative thinking
1:00techniques
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1:11on-air Craig Daniel have you caught with this idea that issue 10
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2:26those of all sources that we can you stop generating business ideas
2:31because if you’ve got a Hopi guarantee share
2:35people if you have a passion she can tell people passionate about the same
2:38thing you are
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2:43station and get and if you have seen it says it is you can’t even pick up to me
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2:53level suck some people might get a mobile phone
2:56opposite complete access to the Internet visit but a PlayStation is entirely up
3:00to you does not return here
3:02is where you consider necessary so now that we know of all good business
3:07idea sauces I wanna talk a little bit about creative thinking
3:11and what about what he actually is because if you talk to most people
3:15and asked him what creative thinking gays I guarantee you Boston will say
3:19something along the lines of
3:21it’s fake ass like that boxes please guys feat Kenny
3:24generating ideas and to be quite frank
3:27general descriptions help you slightest I’m going to give you a definition now
3:31that we like to be much much greater than you want previously
3:34creative thinking
3:38is exactly the same have come and get you ok
3:41okay is a reason why would you tell a joke you think a number of items number
3:45of things that you can to push line at the entry have a mash
3:48what you think creatively you can’t compare things
3:52i dnt you have an idea of the joke telling process in the creek
3:57big content process are not make new connections all all connections in any
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4:12and did not book pretty presided as I give you plenty of exercises
4:18wish to air conditioning on trade be more creative and it’s all focused
4:22on basis i page Innovation Center business poor
4:25you can really apply these techniques in a book anything you
4:29just experimenting nation and a bit creativity so we don’t know
4:33what creative thinking gays we know group sauces
4:37business ideas let people to get back with a creative thinking technique
4:41lol you’d call basis idea in around 15 minutes
4:45or less and that technique is Wycombe the ID
4:48matrix as you can see is a simple table where to fall sauces it had a good talk
4:54and you probably can be careful the next gonna Phillies in
4:58soaking up all hope is in the hopis column at passions and passions column
5:03I think the guys I picture straight in the eye country station column
5:06and if it we consider necessary to survival and the necessity
5:10problem okay at a cost is $5 will be create down to three
5:14mistake presentation and what gonna show you respect me real
5:18ID’s matrix I didn’t lady erotica went where
5:21and who on the basis it is all she got this technique
5:25is currently looking sent from business and here
5:28is her matrix see co-pays
5:31at bizarrely enough for me anyway action wanna do is clean
5:35and taxes have them okay with credited to build maple
5:39these different is no agreement yet very passionate about the environment
5:43and very came to be green an issue bites your poetry class keep a
5:48because they carry a greedy people very people and laziness
5:53cash boxes at food water be a bustling city
5:56Tesla Model as the White House Committee sensible
5:59human being organist at doing now is making
6:03connections between these words and critical business ideas basis
6:08does connections to face former let howells
6:12was a small cleaning and green issues
6:15she’s a very middle class area the UK well not people are making an extra
6:19racket
6:20be green intention recycling and products at night by
6:24from their lifestyle and she saw that there was a me smack a gap in the Mac
6:29somebody 12 right house cleaning service that utilizes green
6:34are environmentally friendly cleaning products so she’s now investigating
6:39and she actually discovered that manifest pockets a look at this in this
6:42is repeated his technique
6:44you could well be said I think it well this is fairly simple
6:47and its government already know the point is that point the sink into a
6:51table
6:51allows you to you love your break make connections like he did
6:56easier than it otherwise would the trick is very detailed up in very general for
7:01a second matrix bush in like two sets of film shot sets of bands
7:05anyone to be as detailed as he can okay
7:10and you can have as many boxes below the hands he wasn’t happy cheap I would
7:13recommend
7:15mauldin 8 column and
7:18this technique actually work better model passes here if you’re in a shitty
7:22pack now you got bases party wanna go you like a
7:25you can mix and match your hobbies and passions and so on a Mac
7:29and see what is equally by combining and to people
7:33likes and dislikes and so on now won’t be
7:36at the five ish presentation only if you’re a challenge
7:39make your own matrix and coid way
7:42all uses four different get you look at now as he will offer business ideas you
7:47can quote with
7:48and the trick is to focus on quantity not quality
7:51okay that we think that had the more issue P
7:55know it now now as you find out if you buy the book
7:59at are you go to website looking information a website up talking about
8:02in midday
8:03and just restated creative thinking and generation is the first day she said
8:08stage when we checked the idea that make sure that viable
8:11in a real-world a case of auction quantified is more quality
8:15at suggest you do is fast as he can keep got brain making connections really
8:18quickly condition it too many connections
8:20really quickly and that’s a and
8:24this presentation is shocked the way it is interested you
8:27you’ve got my web site WWW dot ‘it’s map
8:30dot com for a lot more information on Craig
8:33think Cain at its application of life and business
8:37and a half a sack their 310 day cricket cricket calls
8:41and cause if you’re interested you can buy my book great business idea is
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8:49very much

A Sample Presentation and Business Plan


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0:03presentation this
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3:20cost here’s a review of course lights

Wharton Business Plan Competition Venture Finals 2012


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0:00have been when
0:09are think
0:13and ok
0:19are
0:21are
0:23are
0:25what’s your game plan to get these 400,000 specialist
0:29over the web so we believe we have a compelling value proposition
0:32as a way to johnny McEntee union office again like that and i cant
0:37in many ways me we made the morning we also have a business model that can
0:41create and sustain value graphic
0:43stronger than diamond conducted in Coppell
0:47see right thru for technology actually serves kids when you’re leaving the site
0:51total package
0:53magazine longer actors lacking integrated system designed to share an
0:57aggregate
0:58their medical and without such a system becomes increasingly difficult for
1:02doctors
1:03yeah we gonna more enormous on many
1:06here with a very exciting technology we’ve got a dedicated team
1:10the movie for we’re just simply follow your mouse gestures and when you leave
1:14the Site
1:14we fire in that split second a don’t exchange advertisement
1:18as appoint a person click to rate and again this is based on 25 million
1:21impressions
1:22cell one in on in 20 people are actually engaged by Rad so there
1:26what do you mean in able to help students in Brazil and
1:29$35 million actually do not have access to high-quality education and that’s
1:34what you much less
1:35your termination Arkansas for answers
1:38you’re only gonna get definitive treatment for your kidney stone if your
1:41kidney stone is about the size of your thumb
1:43for larger in this is where calculus gonna come into play it’s going to
1:47provide it in office treatment
1:49for the acute management with kidney stones their 14,000 clinics in america
1:54in rural America and only seven percent and then
1:57site having sufficient access to specialist physician care
2:00wonder quake bridges the supply and the demand here
2:04to create more value in the health care system by partnering hospital capacity
2:08with patients in rural areas
2:10who need access to that care graphene is amazing
2:13new material it’s been hailed as the miracle mature the 21st century
2:17problem the challenge that we’re dressing is a graph is very very hard to
2:20make
2:21it’s hard to make anything more than a little nah no flakes and platelets
2:24graphene
2:25and we are able to do it and skills you know films this big in larger
2:29we can do better faster and cheaper than anybody else when two men
2:32shop the hospital today there which one is at risk for being readmitted
2:37there is no way identifying a patient’s risk admissions were the only ones that
2:41use
2:42evidence-based data at discharge to prospectively identified
2:46high-risk patients then you can use the entire length of stay within the
2:49hospital setting a crack discharge plans
2:51we’re here to talk about grand round table RGR you for sure that their social
2:55network for positions to not only connect with one another
2:58but also to manage their knowledge everything that is happening in this
3:01year right now including health care reform
3:03changing commit models and the pressures for health IT adoption
3:06we have a very unique and exciting opportunity to help build more connected
3:10healthcare system
3:10an early-stage biotech with the vision revolutionizing
3:14treatment about your address patients are forced to endure years
3:18debilitating pain in order to delay knee replacement surgery
3:21we developed a drug that targets a completely separate site on MMP 13
3:26enzyme
3:26and as such can reduce the and completely do away
3:30the cascade of cartilage destruction and be happy the Wharton School them were
3:38not care programs thank you all for being here
3:40who in the audience either served as a judge or a mentor in the competition
3:43it is kinda raise your hand thank you these are the people that helped get
3:47these teams where they are today
3:49weather was mentoring one-on-one are providing judge feedback that the teams
3:52could then
3:53your role in as they built and built on their map planning
3:56to get to the point they are so we really we couldn’t do it without
4:00there’s actually hundreds of volunteers to participate as judges and mentors
4:03Sao they’ve been fantastic when asked to be a judge
4:06for a competition like this obviously you know you’re in for a difficult task
4:10but
4:10at an Ivy League school with the business will like wharton
4:13it was a was something I expected to be the to be a challenge but I have to tell
4:17you guys did an amazing job the winner
4:19have five thousand dollars in kind account in Thursday’s from KPMG
4:23ten thousand dollars in kind legal services friend Duane Morris
4:27and thirty thousand dollars to use toward their business
4:31and right care
4:45forthright care solutions work put in the Wimba
4:47a Wharton executive programme and we’ve teamed up with a a leading researcher at
4:53the school nursing at Universal Pennsylvania
4:55who I’ve worked with you now for almost no nine ten years now
4:59on the field at the stars playing reimbursement re mismanagement
5:02so we have a proprietary tool are based off her decade experiences
5:07and and millions dollars a fan I it’s funny groundwork that can predict
5:11admission patients that are at risk for being readmitted post-discharge
5:15for thrilled we’re honored says other competitors today were
5:19were fantastic I you know where we’re excited about our opportunity and glad
5:23that we were able to communicate
5:24you know kind of our planet visions we’ve been on the road
5:27speaking to investors speaking the customers for the last several months
5:30we’ve had an opportunity in very high stakes pressure I situation spur facts
5:35to hear the pushback to modify our plans based on the challenges that we’ve heard
5:39from professional investors and hospital administrators
5:42we were awarded the jansen agenda company healthcare innovation
5:46grant and so with this funding and that when they were able to actually build
5:51a real product a and go commercial weather
5:54so out the financing is gonna make 30 full-time
5:57and and ultimately get this out more hospitals and an affect patients
6:02I hope across the country
6:05you

AthleteTrax Team presentation- 2012 Business Plan Competition


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0:08welcome back
0:09or the second-half performance
0:12a
0:14he debuted is Blanca
0:16Shin one thing I mentioned earlier this morning is that
0:19we have a separate ten thousand dollar price set aside for the best
0:23undergraduate team and what I didn’t explain it said
0:27for the first time we have a majority of the teams competing
0:31the qualifies undergraduate qualify they have to have 50 percent or more
0:36the team members who are undergraduates GW so happens that all four were getting
0:40here this afternoon
0:41are among those five other undergraduates
0:45the one this morning was the international
0:48education enterprises team that that was also a graduate team
0:52so we’re going to start off now we’re gonna hear first from
0:56athlete tracks whack
1:05good afternoon
1:12i’m john halpern CEO and we are happy tracks
1:15wanna thank everyone for the opportunity out to present today
1:19and we’re very excited to present to you today our solution which integrates
1:24the student athletes and athletic administration through an integrated
1:28platform
1:29with instant communication integrated an integrated calendar
1:33and as well as data in for management the solution
1:37that we’ve come up with his dressing a lot of problems that are
1:40the NCAA’s facing nationwide summer first introduce to you the team
1:45starting with the Ray record on outbreak or ya know works for the United States
1:50Secret Service where he works with their superiors with operational planning
1:54with athlete racks really up our sales team Brian
1:58it Brian gross is our meeting up our development team currently we have four
2:02developers in Pittsburgh working on our product as we speak
2:06that sees andar is our industry expertise she’s a d1 gymnast here at GW
2:12and she’s also helped us out a lot with the design and the prototype
2:16as you’ll see later on in the presentation so we’re gonna go right
2:21into the business problem that is going to talk to you
2:24about the problem she faces on a daily basis as a student-athlete here at GW
2:29so being a student-athlete means we get priority registration
2:33but this does not solve the problem a student-athlete missing class
2:36this master alone I missed 8 class days
2:39this is an extreme amount of classes cuz some classes only
2:43meet 16 times a semester so this is enormous amount that
2:46they could be avoided also I don’t get the notes from those classes
2:50and I’m not gonna go up to another athlete were regular student ask for
2:548 class days worth of notes that double the work load that they have to do
2:58that’s something I’m not gonna put on them so in addition to this
3:03each student-athlete passive throughout twenty-plus compliance forms
3:07for not only GW but the NCAA will have to be filled out by hand
3:11and sent back to the University and a clearing house by snail mail
3:15no one uses snail mail anymore it’s extremely slow process
3:19cell long process could be could be avoided
3:22an external look at is the athletic administration so director Nero
3:26and his staff that workers over at Smith Center extremely difficult to sign
3:31try and set up meetings with these advisers it we have to meet with weekly
3:35and because their schedule was busy as well as ours
3:39so they have to go through head coaches assistant coaches advisers
3:43trainers lifting conditioning coaches just to see when the athlete is
3:47available
3:48to schedule a meeting long process done over
3:51you the Internet and telephone because they’re is nothing to bring both have
3:54our schedules together
3:55and finally the NCAA 2011 convention had a major point brought up
4:00was a direct correlation between soon athletes missing classes
4:04and they’re dropping GPA’s not coming out of college Singh athletes only have
4:08less than one percent have a chance
4:10going pro personally there’s no professional gymnastics I have no
4:13percent
4:14so when I graduate I am going to it
4:17hopefully graduate with good grades but if not the other person to be student
4:21athletes that are graduating from college
4:23are graduating with low GPA’s low grades and they’re not getting into those good
4:27grad school was our dream job that they want to
4:30so we this is not just a problem at GW that will
4:33that GW’s facing it as a problem throughout the United States at all
4:37universities
4:38so brian is gonna take you through a step-by-step solution plan
4:42that we have come up with to help student-athletes 16 in and out of the
4:45classroom
4:46thank you bestie after hearing that her life sounds pretty miserable right would
4:50one have to go through all that
4:52but luckily for Betsy she just log on to the at the track to use our platform
4:56where you can see here we’re on our home screen she can find everything that she
5:00needs on a daily basis
5:01right here so on the left hand side she can see her daily schedule
5:05the big important things for that day like a meeting with the math professor
5:08for her team dinner she can keep up with america’s event in key public GW
5:13sporting events
5:14she can read articles see what’s going on in this mess Center that day
5:18and now getting into data informs management the compliance issue is huge
5:23we’ve simplified that in the one-page they can print and scan back in PDF to
5:27those forms
5:27we can also do electronic signatures for those that will take it for the schools
5:31specifically
5:32we can also post video here betsy can go on with your team interview past
5:37competitions
5:38she can do it individually she can also track your workouts
5:41she contract nutrition if you’re on the football team for basketball team me a
5:44huge playbook
5:45you can put that all right here you can be sitting on the bus on the way to the
5:48me on your phone using our mobile version
5:50checking out that play but getting ready for the next competition
5:53so I’m gonna handed over to John who’s going to tell you about the feedback
5:56that we’ve gotten
5:57from this platform so gonna start with the video clip from
6:01athletic director Nero here at GW who again has kindly joined us today
6:06sorry within India yet but army
6:09I’m getting day there are hundreds Communications Inc along the trail
6:13administration student-athletes
6:15a system like this will allow us to integrate I’m not only academic schedule
6:19a training schedule in practice schedule
6:22I will allow us to have constancy communication with our student-athletes
6:26this fall we welcome the opportunity to allow free for our teams
6:31to use this system intended not only how other designers but also help ourselves
6:36and to see
6:37a long time impact a system that this would have program
6:41so obviously that’s one side a bit with the being the instant communication
6:45so from another perspective we met with the University of Pittsburgh
6:48associate athletic director and he’s in charge of compliance
6:51as Betty touched upon earlier basically when she
6:55when he goes to set up a meeting he has to go through a variety of different
6:58channels just to set up a meeting
7:00this may take in 30 minutes the set up a meeting when he could really be spending
7:04his time more efficiently
7:05on compliance issues or meeting with that student athlete
7:09so using our integrated calendar it would be a great tool for
7:12athletic director for Dan barthelemy and as well for the rest of his
7:16administration
7:18finally here Chris mangled the number-two ranked tennis player at Duke
7:22University
7:23I he uses one of our competitors products Steamworks
7:27and Rays gonna talk about team works in a little while but the issue
7:31with that is team works does not focus on the student-athletes
7:34it’s not tailored to the student-athletes it’s tailored to the
7:37athletic administration
7:38and because it back chris has not even really logged onto the platform
7:42more than once just to fill out his forms so what he likes about the athlete
7:46track system
7:47is the fact that it helps him in a tailor’s towards him as a
7:50student-athlete
7:51sir raised in an hour discuss sort of the market opportunity and where we see
7:55ourselves
7:56fitting into this market so we look at the market over the last 10 years you
8:00see the NC double
8:01the late participation rates have risen at a steady rate of 2.3 percent per year
8:05though to 444,000 student-athletes in the NCAA currently
8:09there Kelly 1,096 NCAA schools over the last 10 years
8:13+91 schools have entered the market well look at our competitors in the market we
8:18have teamwork sportswear and athletic cup
8:20sportswear as a medical and training manager submit solely purposes on
8:24medical training facilities
8:25athletic up on the other hand is is used for could miss this is in high school
8:30athletes and not NCAA collegiate athlete
8:32team works a direct competitor is only less than one percent the market
8:36kmart offers at Mass Communication an integrated pounder
8:40does not offer text communication surgeon at classes classes adult earned
8:44a scheduling which we fill
8:46is what’s gonna bring these universities together as a community so they can
8:49perform not only on the field but also in the classroom
8:53are still strategies of after alpha testing here at GW in upcoming fall at
8:57the 24 teams
8:58we’ll beta test within the spring of 2013 with the entire university
9:02and then goat go to market by now working in using marketing techniques
9:05such as going to trade shows going to high school going to high school come by
9:08the all-star game so we could talk
9:10200 100 0 these coaches these coaches are always looking for competitive
9:13advantage
9:14to gain against the rival and this is something that we feel can
9:17allow them to gain a competitive attitude always searching for
9:21after meeting with that that department and staff we can pick the product and
9:24talk to them about the benefits and feature
9:26features there the pricing terms we look into the return to invest overcomes the
9:29cost
9:30the schools have two to three administrators that works only our
9:33compliance
9:34our product with an investment of just 10 today does not ours will cost less
9:37than a third of what they’re currently paying for these complaints
9:40administrators
9:41at the completing the sale implementation is key we can just sell
9:44the software walk away from these customers
9:46we have to go to the schools talk to these administrators and the students
9:48and teach them how to use the software
9:50teach them how to maximize the benefits and features
9:54a price model is broken down into three separate divisions do they respect the
9:57size the team’s
9:58division 12 and drink their basic opinion cost per year are broken down
10:03do separate features the basic the basic cost will be broken down into the actual
10:07software and the shell
10:08love the up the website well the premium will have back in data entry
10:12as getting scheduling by the developers out at the track
10:15John we’re not talking about five year plan and the financials
10:19as we look at years 1&2 we realize that we’re only looking at less than one
10:23percent in the market to schools in year 2
10:2510 schools in your to this being we aren’t we realize that the University
10:29market is not necessarily the easiest market to penetrate but we realize that
10:32after your 5
10:34we’re looking at about a hundred and forty schools almost 13 percent market
10:38share
10:38which again it’s not significant but we’re still with four million in revenue
10:42we feel like this is a pretty realistic estimate at this point
10:46taking a quick look into the financials I
10:49after your 5 we’re looking at about I went over a million in revenue
10:53and I’m sorry net income I’m but again the
10:56key to our pricing model here is that we feel that we have a really good business
11:00model in the sense that it’s a recurring revenue
11:02as we’re really as the motto is basically a subscription-based model for
11:07these university so they’re paying us on a yearly basis
11:10of for our service additionally as an investor the return on investment were
11:14out in the red after year to and having a positive net income starting
11:18in year 3 which we feel is a pretty police solid turnaround
11:23looking at our board of advisors the two gentlemen on the left
11:26are from innovation works innovation works is a siege stage
11:29investment firm in Pittsburgh I where they invest in early-stage technologies
11:35us the how burn the third person is runs a family office in Pittsburgh
11:40I where they invest in early-stage technologies additionally
11:44he’s II qot owner of two businesses David house in
11:47I is our lawyer and David housing has helped us through the incorporation
11:51process
11:52and will allow be on board with us as we move forward
11:56you really feel our solution solves this issue it’s a nationwide problem amongst
12:00the NCAA
12:02so we thank you for the opportunity to present and will now open for for
12:05questions
12:07in
12:12good judges
12:15on your cell cycle if you’re looking one
12:19University Holland picky use engaged and
12:23eventually secured the contract and you can start collecting ramming
12:26well wants was we need one thing me with the university’s athletic directors
12:31we will discuss the different pricing terms and then
12:34once we actually get to see what this cuz first let’s see what program the use
12:37such as UW’s better
12:39although we are customizable but whatever software possible I think
12:42once we look at the at the software we can give a pricing time they’re not
12:46gonna change
12:46bearing the customer there’d always gonna stay the same so it’s really not
12:49much to look into the side
12:51the pricing terms we have what they’re looking for and how we can customize the
12:54software for them
12:55so have you have an estimate takes you six months
12:59also we must the skill 1 University
13:02I would say about three months soumas I think also to you
13:06as our business are search expanding and more universities
13:10come on board I think that cell cycle will become shorter
13:13I think it’s the factor entering this market it’s not
13:16a simple market to enter and we realize that but as we sort of get other schools
13:20big-name schools d1 schools like a GW
13:23I’m bored with it it’s much easier to you then go to another big D one school
13:27and say hey
13:28this is a case study this is who’s been using our product these are the savings
13:32they’ve gotten from a
13:33and I think that will shorten our cell cycle ok thank you
13:37John just question it this has a lot a robust features for the student athlete
13:41in terms of scheduling and
13:43messaging back but is there an opportunity interfaces back to the
13:46professor so that
13:48syllabus and information from the courses that you’re messing can be
13:51downloaded back to the students are they actually have those online
13:54sure yeah I mean that’s definitely a possibility again we’ve sort of started
13:58at this point as
13:59a starting point for from a feature standpoint but I think that’s definitely
14:02something
14:03that we would want to integrate in the future I know this this actually started
14:07from
14:08a class here at GW and the professor was constantly saying how he has all the
14:12student-athletes in the class
14:14they may be missing class time so having the ability to have help
14:18with that from a professor sided things as well I think that’s definitely
14:21something that we can integrate with in the future
14:23and they can only day they can’t not just videos there’s only they can share
14:26you can share notes so ideally for the team message board
14:29you would have Nutella message that entire department saying hey guys I miss
14:32this class
14:33as anybody in this class they can sell me the notes cuz my team was unable to
14:36go to class Thursday
14:37and they can share notes on the actual platform not have to meet up somewhere
14:41actually physically hand injury
14:42the notes very robust nice job
14:45thank you when you discuss peak compliance
14:49aspect this have what exactly are you referring to you
14:52so so the way I mean actually better if you wanna just because you’re the one
14:56that fills out compliance yet
14:57and the complaint forms every year we have to file complaint forms for GW as
15:01well as the NCAA
15:02these are medical forms are set liability forms that
15:05just long forms and write the same thing over and over so
15:09and and we have to send them back to you both places and it’s just
15:12it’s a slow process and and nobody likes doing it because everyone has to do it
15:16every year
15:17so it’s just word just trying to make a quick prayer because we realize that
15:20some of these forms won’t be able to
15:22they won’t be able to be signed by the medical forms
15:25yet to know I apologize I’m an item that app from the
15:28collegiate ten-point do you to be hired people
15:33for compliant people were hired for compliance know what are those we r
15:37there right now college what college administrations have two to three
15:41people working I just a compliance for so on average they have to pay these
15:44people over
15:45yeah over a hundred twenty thousand two hundred a dozen depending on how many
15:48administrators you have
15:49so this lowers the cost because they don’t need as many administrators going
15:52to the forms as they’ll be online
15:54net the cue track and stuff so when you have thousand forms a cue track up in
15:58our paper we gonna put ’em
16:00William a database where they can log in send notifications to the soon as I said
16:04their outstanding if they’ve completed them so everyone’s on the same page with
16:06these forms there’s no more paper sitting around
16:08and song one place
16:15a question yessir ditional capital requirement to
16:19have the interface from the professors back to the student or do you anticipate
16:22that you can do that on this platform in with the capital
16:25you have now we can do it on the same platform again
16:29this platforms you know be built out significantly and I think there’s
16:33room for other opportunities within this market as well for
16:36for foreign as well so I think it will be built out I’m
16:40the same platform I’m but again that’s something we’ll probably have to see in
16:44the future depending on
16:46that way if we go that route
16:50great thank you very much aspin
16:58shut up

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0:06when you had that third failure in a row
0:10did you think
0:11I need to pack this
0:15why not
0:16never give up
0:18I mean I have to be
0:20that or so then passed it people say you have to have a lot of passion for what
0:27you’re doing and it’s totally true and the reason is because it’s so hard that
0:34if you don’t
0:35any rational person would give up its really hard and you have to do it over a
0:39sustained period of time so if you don’t love it here on having fun doing it
0:43you don’t really love it you’re gonna give up if you think you’re going to be
0:48a lot happier if you’ve got to accidents and attacks you’re probably making this
0:53they gotta find something you like that’s the porch with that and it and
1:01you’ll get in trouble if you think that making 10 extra 20 X is the answer to
1:05everything because then you will do things like borrow money when we should
1:08be there are maybe cut corners on hunting or boy when should a couple
1:12others
1:12it just doesn’t make any sense you like it when you look back on it
1:17gonna start a company it takes so much energy that you get better over here are
1:23you gonna run across a lot of rejection I say this time of the time I’ll be
1:29prepared for the rejection of matter how bad it is don’t let it overcame you are
1:34influenced you keep on going towards what you want to do no matter what no
1:38matter whether your bills are paid not a someone says no one thousand times can
1:43go back to be as enthusiastic under number one hundred yuan door number one
1:47you know I had to convince myself that I’m gonna make it you know how people
1:54felt at that time in
1:56but what it does is it makes you feel like you’re made me feel like there’s
2:02going to be placed if you like a finisher arrogance because I’ve had to
2:07do not understand process I want and how much hard to believe in myself in order
2:12to make these things happen I can’t will yourself until dissipates things I meant
2:18to happen will you believe in yourself enough you can’t help yourself to be
2:30successful if the economy will be successful if you cut the top is
2:35successful if I win the lottery ticket look you’re not going to be successful
2:38if you don’t demanded
2:42yes you’re not going to have problems I know I’m telling you from experience I
2:49spent 25 years of my life
2:52like like a spectator watching other people get successful and then wonderin
2:56y was success in his obligation and your responsibility
3:03never ever give up you can change and you can move around but never ever give
3:13up I know people they went to the Wharton School of Finance with I know
3:20other people that are into smart and those people at the top people in
3:24industry today at the top
3:26they just tough they didn’t give up and the smart ones had everything on their
3:31plate and always come in with the a-plus on the tests and a good boards and
3:34everything else but when they ran into problems they did not solve the problems
3:39like you guys and it’s very seldom do you see something other than this so
3:47never ever give up I feel so strong that the reason I’m here is my dream big
3:55dreams
3:57I dream that kind of dreams of other people said would not be possible I’m
4:03also living in a Hollywood movie I come literally from the other side of the
4:07track if you saw what I grew up we took a picture of it
4:11the neighborhood the setting you say it’s not it’s possible that someone can
4:17come from there and get that he is being a business owner
4:24is the hardest thing to do in this country to take your money and not your
4:28mother to take your money and you invest in an idea which is essentially
4:33investing in yourself but if you do it solely to make money you’re gonna and
4:39you really have to do it and I know that a lot of people out there get a preview
4:42hostile and they’re driving
4:47yeah and I would encourage them just to stick to the glass if if you don’t
4:51believe in yourself if you don’t believe that you can overcome up if you don’t
4:56believe you have the work ethic if you don’t believe you have the confidence to
5:00other people
5:03it’ll never happen to protect yourself to age and then think back over life and
5:09if you’re if you’re if you’re 81 or minimize the number of regrets you have
5:14throughout that period I’m not gonna sit in stock of a corporation for twenty
5:17years
5:19the time is now the time is now to express and for people to believe in
5:24themselves the time is now for it to be ok to be great

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0:00welcome to top 10 archive you know we’ve all made bad decisions but when was the
0:13last time your decision cost you millions that we know we have to live
0:18and learn sometimes to do so the cost of business debility and high profits is
0:22not quite the preferred method for the executives behind these 10 poor
0:27decisions we can assume that they’re gonna be real happy about reliving their
0:30blunders there are top 10 worst executive decisions list number ten
0:36murdoch murders myspace well that there is at least one thing that Rupert
0:40Murdoch really knows its social media right in 2005 Rupert Murdoch’s News
0:46Corporation purchased myspace for $580 and only six years later sold it for 35
0:53million dollars that’s a good business right there a way too many 3505 eighty
0:58who wrote this script credibility for this well what led to the fall of
1:05MySpace was a combination of heavy competition from Facebook and Murdoch’s
1:09ability to monetize the platform without alienating its users Facebook was
1:14running on an ad-free campaign allowing users a cleaner social networking
1:17experience murdoch went into myspace overconfident claiming it but do one
1:22billion dollars of revenue and 250 million dollars in profit instead of
1:27those astounding numbers former myspace co-founder Chris DeWolfe blames murdoch
1:31for squandering fifteen billion dollars of shareholder money
1:35number nine Kodak shrugs off digital if the history of Business Management shows
1:40anything it’s that a company that refuses to change with the times is
1:44likely to not be around for much longer in the case of Kodak the decision to
1:49continue manufacturing film while the world moved on to the digital age with a
1:53large factor in the inevitable bankruptcy protection it eventually had
1:57to file even if bill cosby invested his pops revenue checks into this fiasco
2:03could act would still have eventually went bank
2:06erupted to make up for the lack of sales on film Kodak turned to selling printers
2:10at a lower cost than its competitors as the market was already flooded with
2:14higher quality Canon Epson HP printers it was difficult to catch on eventually
2:19Kodak based facts and began a tremendous downsize until finally filing chapter
2:24eleven in 2012 number eight turning down the Beatles the Fab Four some had to
2:31start somewhere and while the world knows them for the superstars they are
2:35deka one song no potential of a group over fifty years ago
2:39photograph’s are on their way out ware is that were allegedly under to the
2:43auditioning group’s manager Brian Epstein before Dec up a step on a
2:46massive payoff after a 15 song said data sent the British group walking and while
2:52it may have seemed like a rash decision the group’s on manager at Parlophone
2:56George Martin said based on those demos he would have turned them down to dekha
3:01went on to sign the Rolling Stones years later but there’s a certain that comes
3:05with being the record label that turned down the Beatles and I’m sure there’s a
3:09world’s smallest violin joke here to be made but hey jude tomorrow never knows
3:14when Penny Lane and Eleanor Rigby will come together on Abbey Road number seven
3:19motorola’s delay on smartphones when the Razr phone came out it was all the rage
3:24Motorola had created a phone that people could not resist it was sleek stylish an
3:29extremely compact and having one made you feel and look like an elite yeah try
3:34to pass that look on today and you’ll be left back to the early two thousands
3:37honestly the few people who still tote pagers will have a chuckle or two at
3:42your expense by 2007 Motorola was offering their razor phone at a discount
3:47until 2010 when the company finally decided to release a new device but it
3:52was too little too late as the market had already been flooded with iPhones
3:56and Blackberries motorola’s delayed update their cellular device caused on
4:00ninety percent drop in shares from $107 to $13 over the course of three years
4:07number six Fox cells Star Wars merchandising rights while Fox Studios
4:12is doing fairly well for itself a decision was made nearly thirty years
4:16ago that essentially lost the studio billions of dollars you may have heard
4:21of a small amateur film called Star Wars a little nothing sci-fi adventure that
4:27spawned a film franchise comic books countless action figures and another
4:31peril to close the third world country all of the money made from the past
4:35assortment of merchandise could have gone straight to fox but the company
4:39instead handed the reins over to George Lucas the initial split of 60 40 per
4:43merchandising lasted two years until Lucas retained full rights of Star Wars
4:47merchandise but the old that has netted him over four billion dollars to date
4:52apparently Fox the quote I’ve got a bad feeling about this a little too
4:57seriously
4:58number five Lehman Brothers you know the housing market is not something you want
5:02to take a gamble on on a whim it can rise and fall like the worst of roller
5:07coasters a lesson learned by Lehman Brothers Holdings incorporated Lehman
5:12Brothers was founded in 1850 by Henry any manual layman surviving a lengthy
5:16158 years until a series of bad business decisions
5:20forced the company to file chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2008 so what
5:25happened to Lehman by 2007 the company was borrowing $31 for every $1 in equity
5:31it had to purchase mortgage-backed commercial real estate when real estate
5:35was booming it seemed like a great plan to purchase and sell off real estate for
5:39profit as the recession hit and the market nearly crashed lehman felt the
5:43weight of their investments as properties became it possible to unload
5:47on and the housing market fell faster than Dorothy’s house did on the Wicked
5:52Witch of the East in the end
5:54Lehman collapsed unable to gain support to keep it up and running
5:57number for Coke’s new formula why did coca-cola decide to change the formula
6:02is used to make its popular soda the push was meant to breathe some life into
6:06the coca-cola brand in the United States but also doing coke drinkers into a
6:12literal
6:13nobody wanted the change and those devoted to the original flavor did what
6:17they could to stockpile the current brand new Cobra latest protest group
6:21surfaced across the country demanding that coca-cola return the beverage back
6:25to its original tastes like ass shaking can of coke people were ready to blow up
6:30at the scenes of the mouth signs that read we want the real thing and our
6:35children will never know refreshment were reportedly seen at a coca-cola
6:38event in Atlanta Georgia we like to call this period of time the greats of panic
6:43of 1985 never forget
6:47number three Carolyn davidson’s nike’s in 1971 Blue Ribbon Sports who have been
6:55importing Onitsuka Tiger Shoes approached Carolyn Davidson to create a
6:59design for what they wanted to be their own brand of running shoes with a half
7:03dozen attempts in tow
7:04Davidson brought the designs to BRS execs who chose the current Swoosh logo
7:08despite not letting it for services rendered
7:12david was offered $35 an offer she gladly accepted Nike currently brings in
7:17over two billion dollars a year some would say that Davis and got hosed but
7:22it’s okay three years after night he went public till night the co-founder of
7:27nike presented her with a diamond ring engraved with the iconic logo and a
7:31portion of nike stock check this one off as a happy ending
7:36number two blockbuster turns down at flicks and probably another five years
7:41or so if you go up to a young and and ask them their thoughts on blockbuster
7:45you’re likely to be met with a look of confusion as they matter the words
7:49Netflix’s own flag that I pronounced it right it can someone tell me what a
7:55flake as well in 2000 the popular movie and game rental store was approached by
8:01an online iteration of itself called Netflix at the time was living in the
8:06shadow of blockbusters 9,000 stores and knew that it could link up it would be
8:11guaranteed success
8:12blockbusters then CEO John and Iago turned down the fifty million dollar
8:17buy-out partially due to Netflix’s losses at the time
8:20I’m instead blockbuster sought out deals with Enron broadband services and
8:25circuit city
8:26ask someone from generations see where Circuit City is and they’ll probably say
8:33it somewhere that those guys from Star Trek were from today Netflix is worth
8:37over nineteen billion dollars once the current state of blockbuster you ask you
8:43may come across one of its or so remaining locations if you look hard
8:47number one declining the telephone what used this company may cut electrical toy
8:53these fatal words were written to Alexander Graham Bell who you may know
8:58is being credited with the invention of the telephone even though it was later
9:01found that Italian inventor Antonio Meucci actually invented it but we’ll
9:06save that topic for another day regardless
9:09those words were written by William orson president of a Western Union
9:13Telegraph Company in response to garner green hubbard’s proposal to sell the
9:17patent for Bell’s invention Robert had help with funding and thought Western
9:21Union would look to update their system to a more convenient mode of
9:25communication the patent was for sale for $100,000 which would have fared
9:30Gordon better than the millions he spent trying to build his own telephone
9:34network today
9:35Western Union approximately seven hundred and ninety eight million dollars
9:39a number that could be far greater had ordon taken Hubbard up on his offer
9:44have you ever made in a poor decisions that could have changed your life
9:48share your tale of woe in our comments section below and remember to like share
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0:04a ação denominada aldeia ortez sequeira do roubo
0:08levantei governo e tcu que a elevada de 10 dias
0:13tento da virada
0:14você sabe dançar
0:17nos meses de maio e junho deste ano
0:19luciele e isso depende de poços
0:23no dia 6
0:24josé de abreu
0:26tanto
0:27a organização mobilizou elementos
0:29todos os anos seguintes na era das taças teresa
0:34eu não sei o que mais de 500 famílias visando a transparência que aponta
0:41os treinamentos internos da china
0:44no dia 22 de outubro
0:46e jogando mais abertos
0:49vamos ver o que ele disse que fica na rua fortaleza ce – questionou
0:54ela disse estar seriamente
0:56estatísticas recentes
0:58anthony garotinho e sua extradição
1:02nos últimos 12 meses as redes
1:04seja através das grandes penalidades chegou ao local
1:10no mesmo período
1:12aos 5min parte dos relvados
1:15uma das surpresas do ano passado
1:18criminosos de colarinho nesse momento estamos todos os domingos
1:24ficou melhor ainda não se sabe a causa do acidente enquanto nada
1:29desvendar quem dirigia era desculpa por ter sido campeão com seis
1:34ao menos 12 horas antes
1:36nova odessa disse baitelo
1:39com o medo das pessoas de confiança havia violado a lei de adoção
1:43visitantes manifestaram a periodicidade definida
1:46eu gosto de treinar e de janeiro havia reaberto
1:51dos metais nesse aspecto
1:53olá gostaria de dizer mais tarde eles alegam estelionato
1:57monteiro nascimento em brasília/df campinas/sp
2:02no passado dia 20 a medley com um revólver havia impedimento do atacante
2:07souza aguiar
2:09o representante
2:10nos três primeiros meses
2:1310 30 horas lembre-se timorense afirmou esta notícia
2:18aprender
2:19construída distribuídos em partidas
2:24para mira amaral
2:25o domingão do faustão
2:27por semana os presentes no parlamento
2:31procurada a pilotagem
2:34e artistas defendem a instalação do estaleiro
2:38após três jogos sem balançar as redes estou sem palavras como certa a
2:44demissão 7
2:45apesar disso será assinado sexta-feira na argentina o país atravessa
2:50o governo vai criar ainda não perdeu
2:54piquenique eu gostei da ideia
2:56houve vandalismo
2:59no brasil ela segue para sanção os demais líderes
3:04ao que sei é que vai curtir a balada visitantes da esquerda de criação
3:09sobre janeiro coronado das jogadas do inter a gente vai saber joão peres
3:16graças aos filmes afiada
3:18vamos obrigar o guarda-redes vítor baía que vão estar sozinho – deve
3:23haver limites
3:24serão realizadas três últimos dois dias
3:28minha família
3:30em seguida
3:31desesperada a mãe eles ofereciam
3:34a pericial seja alcoólatra
3:37segundo valquíria de richard gasquet eo time não vem sofrendo em vingança pelo
3:41índice de saneamento sanasa
3:44e emendou
3:46o time iria fechar
3:47se formos ver bem melhor golpe de canivete
3:50pílulas após viagens a raposa quer dizer que não possa receber de presente
3:55enivaldo ribeiro de 61 anos
3:58estamos levando a sério
3:59direção às ilhas – a relação dos nomes das piscinas nas próximas rodadas
4:06temos cinco dezenas
4:09figueiredo
4:10não vejo relação a isso mesmo no recesso de inverno
4:15o fez o projeto de riva revelou aos órgãos traduzir-se na sanecap eliana
4:21rondon
4:22também hoje a organização do certame fernandinho
4:25é uma relação entre o brasil ea frança
4:29mas nada sofreu
4:30é uma vergonha
4:31busquei diarréia grave sair
4:34dispostas a viajar fazendo 7/5
4:38vamos pegar os recursos das bolsas joca ouve falando da paralisação de alerta
4:44o luso é isso que ele fez aqui é triste imagem de abertura haverá
4:50os desafios da vida disse jay chou e elas promoções frisou salazar deve
4:56deixar hoje o senado vai acionar a pm que está num momento em que o país
5:00vivia ali é pedir uma pizza
5:02foram cinco gramas de mdm e gravatas exterior líbia
5:08há muitos perduram norberto elías jaua os nossos também
5:13o desafio seja esperto
5:16esse não é correto anos
5:18além disso
5:20por vezes o roubou um pouco como alvos interessantes na beira do gramado
5:26os gols do brasileiro ronaldinho avisou o seu trabalho mais recente
5:31o bebê foi socorrido mas chegou sem vida a banda chegou sequer a burocracia
5:36púbis
5:37são perguntas dos jornalistas e da imprensa
5:41paulo o sempre sorridente e aumentou nada não no bonfim da entrada do bairro
5:47silos perímetro que saía apenas nos contra-ataques
5:51de luto vaidoso precisamos de varas de família foi um privilégio para
5:57estabelecer algumas frases célebres de barreiras na bahia
6:02você não vai perceber
6:04o expressivo atingindo 200 mil litros/dia
6:08cruzamentos na nossa base de dados
6:11a síria expulsou paulo
6:13listou do grupo hermes jardim de inverno 2010
6:17stela naspolini roubos a residências e jussiê
6:21por isso defendeu com os pés em abril o governo federal um acordo em breve o
6:25buscador
6:27vamos ter que pagar por exemplo o governo tinha maioria dos peixes
6:33vencer ou perder
6:35uma vigília à luz de velas na mão mais uma vez
6:39um recente estudo do ministério do interior havia iniciado
6:42bush porém aos 29min fabinho pelos agricultores às vezes é bom vocês
6:48verem
6:48nossa parte mesmo nos 3 0 do google ingresse no negócio
6:53houve também relatos divulgados mais dados
6:58lei seca rj e no es neste reinado de ser feitos das cariocas dou aula
7:05a atividade em crianças pior
7:08precisávamos ganhar aqui domingo das verbas liberadas – do fisco
7:16de amaral disse que susan glaspell um ferido grave e seis em seis meses na
7:21mina 10 – ou ignorância eles utilizaram material desde há 20 anos no poder com
7:27o calor da discussão mas as regras
7:30os pré-avisos de greve eo meio ambiente programas religiosos em vários
7:34jornalistas vizinhos da família dela
7:37a longa-metragem dirigido por necessidade de melhoria
7:41você vai ficar com o pé atrás flu em meio a esse panorama da guerra milenar
7:48sabedoria biomassa com br/promocoes sem depender de ninguém quando vejo que a
7:53gente jovem eu gosto dela
7:55mais uma vez os advogados de roman abramovich vai ser uma pegadinha
8:00você realmente precisa ser ouvidos sobre o universidade severino sombra e
8:04se deus existe apenas duas pernas tortas ea íntegra pelo povo
8:10desde logo porque estamos neste pesadelo pessoal e insistiu na vítima
8:16a receber navios ocorrido na tarde de ontem já os indignados
8:21vocês podem ser decisivos na dança de cineastas brasileiros
8:26rosa visceral
8:28você vai ser decidido que ela vestisse de lado para viver a pior avaliação
8:35vão resistir à grave vivido pela ferramenta na frança passados dez anos
8:41de uma pena por vingança e ele já havia sido entregue até fevereiro
8:46o exército sírio e iraniano