As Chief Learning Officer, I would not i…

As Chief Learning Officer, I would not invest in this venture. I simply do not see the differentiation between Hackaball and say, a regular ball or other balls of this kind on the market. Moreover, I am not sold on the fact that children need an app, and an iPad to create rules for games to play outside. I believe this can be done without and application, and any additional pieces of technology. Many of the games the children said they created were games that already existed (Truth or Dare or Hot Potato), they just added the Hackaball. With regards to the adults appealing for investment – There is never any indication of who these people are. Are we dealing with the Founder? The CEO? Actors that were hired for this pitch? Perhaps just employees of Hackaball? Although they are passionate and confident, this makes it difficult to discern the credibility of who is appealing for investors. Ultimately, I do not believe this venture to be exceptionally original, I am sceptical when it comes to the differentiation of current products, and I am unable to distinguish the true credibility of the entrepreneurs. It is for these reasons, I would not invest in this venture.