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Presentation

Winter 2009 Bay Area Semester

How do you present your business to target partners and investors? What are the tricks to captivate and retain attention? What makes for a great presentation, and what makes for a bad one? How do you convey enthusiasm, conviction, and success? How do your meeting reflect on your company culture? How can you innovate in your meetings to reflect your culture and be more productive?

Goal:
Create a perfect pitchdeck.

Date:
2010-03-03, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.44
Suranga Chandratillake
Founder & CEO, blinkx

Suranga is the CEO of blinkx, the video search engine that he founded in 2004 and took public in 2007. Prior to blinkx, Suranga was Autonomy Corporation's US CTO and, prior to that worked in a variety of technology roles. Suranga graduated from Cambridge University in 2...

9.26
Naval Ravikant
Co-founder, AngelList

Naval is an entrepreneur, angel investor, co-author of Venture Hacks, and co-founder of AngelList. Previously, Naval was a co-founder at Genoa Corp (acquired by Finisar), Epinions.com (IPO via Shopping.com), Hive7, Inc., and Vast.com (now one of the largest auto shopping ...

7.67
Rashmi Sinha
CEO, SlideShare

Rashmi is CEO of SlideShare, where she manages design and community. She has consulted on user experience projects for companies like eBay, iFilm, AAA and Blue Shield. She lead the team that created MindCanvas, a rich online survey platform for designers. MindCanvas has b...

7.41
Winston Choe
Founder/CEO, Innoscape

Winston is the Founder/CEO of Innoscape, a Venture Business Development company that has worked with 12 startups to accelerate market-entry; including Funding, M&A, Strategy, Sales & Marketing, Distribution. Innoscape focuses on Mobility, Software, Communications industri...

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