Mentor Progress Review
Chicago Autumn 2014 Semester
How do you present the business entering the last few weeks of the program? Is the presentation compelling? Can the business scale? How viable is the financial model? Is the plan to build the business realistic? Is the product or offering planned out well? Can the business generate revenue? What needs to be improved for the business to be successful?
Present your progress for feedback.
2014-12-16, 06:30 PM
President & CEO, Authentify, Inc
Peter Tapling is currently President and CEO of Authentify, Inc., a leading provider of authentication and transaction verification services. Previously, he was VP Strategic Development for NetDox and President of its IDMetrix subsidiary. Peter holds a Bachelor of Sci...
Louis Morales is co-founder of Optyn, a marketing automation platform for small businesses. He also co-founded Dealster, one of the nation's top daily deal sites with 10,000 merchants. Dealster was navigated to a successful exit in 2012. Lou was also a senior executive ...
President, WKJF Digital
Bill is a Serial Entrepreneur and most recently the SVP of Business Development, and part of founding team of Bizo, a Business Audience Data Management Platform firm. Bill had been President and Partner of SearchChannel, an Application Services Provider and E-Media Consu...
Founder & CEO, HealthiPASS Inc
Rajesh is the founder & CEO of a new Healthcare Mobile Payments Startup aimed at providing transparency into cost of care and convenience to reduce administrative inefficiencies (& cost) in disbursements/payment processing in the Healthcare system.
Previously, Rajesh c...
VP, Innovation & Partnerships, Clean Energy Trust
Seyi Fabode is the VP of Innovation & Partnerships at the Clean Energy Trust (CET), charged with administering the CET's fund and helping CET Challenge alumni/investments grow their businesses. Prior to this he was the CEO/Co-founder of Power2Switch acquired by Choose Ene...
CTO & Founder, Red Foundry
I've been involved in technology startups for over 15 years in different leadership roles.
I started my career at Click Commerce in Chicago, helping grow the company from 4 employees to 400 and eventually taking the company public at the height of the tech bubble. Aft...