Hi, today I had the elevator pitch on my Remembox. I would like some feedback on it. Please comment freely!

For me the most important things are:

  • Did you understand the product?
  • Did you like what you heard?
  • Were you inspired by the pitch?
  • If you were me and wanted to start a enterprise, would you go for this or scrap it?

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Axel Heumann Bauer Werin

P.S. If you are fed up with studying tonight and still think you need to study? Watch some entertainment tv-series! The new Southpark season started with the episode: Go Fund Yourself. Other good tv-series are: Silicon Valley and How to Make it in America.

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3 Thoughts on “Feedback on Remembox (place holder title) elevator pitch

  1. Avatar werner on October 13, 2014 at 5:34 pm said:

    Hi Axel! I must say I really liked your pitch and the idea. I strongly recognize the need/problem you addressed – forgetting my keys, phone or wallet is something that happens on a regular basis and a very annoying issue – and the product was easy to understand.

    A couple of questions I’ve thought of after the lecture are:
    How will the venture generate revenue? Will you sell RFID-tags separately to attach to one’s devices or some other solution?

    Anyway, great pitch!

  2. Avatar friwik on October 13, 2014 at 5:39 pm said:

    I really enjoyed your way of “telling a story” – it is a winning concept when pitching! As mentioned above, I would have liked a little more information about the technique (but that might be because I am a mechatronics and product nerd). Great energy, well done!

  3. Avatar L.Boldin on October 14, 2014 at 10:16 pm said:

    I liked your one sentence Round-up at the end of the pitch. I think it are the little, short slogans that imprint them in your memory. By the way I think it is great that you still get a mark for this pitch! Great that you insisted on holding the pitch even though Serdar told you, you won’t get a mark. 🙂

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