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The continuing mission, to explore new life and new civilizations...
OH YEAH, AND THIS HAPPENED TOO: Pitchwerks named one of the 7 Best Podcasts of December 2017
If you've listened to the Pitchwerks Podcast, you've heard me say that you can create situations where you're adding 1 and 1 and it equals 3. This #SmallBusinessSaturday is one of those times.
Olga Pogoda (a fan favorite dating back to Pitchwerks #27) and I chose today to announce that we are teaming up to create a new kind of strategy firm - KRNLS (kernels) - and I'm really, really happy about it. Olga is a uniquely gifted talent, with an impressive resume, a quick mind, and global connections.
Please check out the new website at http://www.krnls.co. Check out what we're doing and the philosophy we're adopting as we do it. If you have any thoughts on it, PLEASE let us know what they are. We're really excited to become a more valuable resource to the business and startup community.
- Scot MacTaggart
The continuing stories of your favorite Pitchwerks guests!
Wow. That hit some emotional notes for us Burghophiles.
Interesting to see the notes that they hit:
Honestly, I'm not sure I want Amazon coming to Pittsburgh. We've got a nice garden growing here. I'm not sure we should transplant a tree into the middle of it. But as pitch videos go, if you have to put one together, do one like this.
Keep following your favorite Pitchwerks guests!
SpareChange, the rock-band-turned-superheroes story of Table Ten, released Episode 8 last month, and the reception had super-strength: nearly 59,000 views on Facebook and YouTube (their Facebook page seems to be their preferred spot), and we hear from Josh Corcoran (Ep 44) that The Acres Project is seeing a bump in donations, volunteerism, and applications.
Good job, superfriends!
NEW Qlicket direct mail piece: very down-to-earth and ready to do business right away!
The latest and greatest from past guests and friends of the show
Want to see a beautiful pitch deck? Here’s the PDF version of the slide show that Ellen Saksen presented in support of Go Jane Go at Pittsburgh’s AlphaLab / AlphaLab Gear demo day. It doesn’t have the animations, but you can see how well the story is told.
This presentation was built for Go Jane Go by “Visual Problem Solver” Emily Marko.
The latest from our guests and friends of the show
Promotional video features photos of guests to this point
Milestone reached! We now have enough past episodes and guest photos to stitch them all together into a promotional video. Now you should watch it!
Very special thanks to Pitchwerks Podcast producer Buzzy Torek from the Epicast Network for the vast majority of the photos in the presentation.
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