FEEDBACK: Your elevator is quite interesting. You provided good intro to the problem and solution, giving us viable idea to addressing blended learning needs. The info graphic is also good, and you provided a variety of graphical information about your venture. Generally speaking info graphic is a good medium, though for your topic pitch is a bit lengthy, and may require additional effort from investors to connect to your ideas, which may be tiring and there is a risk that all your facts and ideas won’ t be picked up immediately. It would have been better if you used other medium to deliver your pitch where investors would be able to pick up your energy and passion much easier. You should have done the pitch using video with narratives, or other kind of presentation, empowered with audio narration and visuals, and that would guaranty better and clear pitch delivery. You have an extraordinary team of experts on your crew, and good ideas and solutions, but you did not ask a definite amount of money, nor you offered any value of your company for investors. Looking from investor perspective, they may not be clear on your ask, therefore may require additional clarifications and justifications of your ask and the scope of your venture. Do not be shy to ask for money when you have the solution in place, and an excellent team, and huge market. I understood that you limited yourself to Canadian market only, which may be right for the take off phase, though later on you should be able to grow your team and your support base, to avoid turning down other HE institutions that may need your service. That way, you would be able to expand your offers to worldwide markets, do more and together with your investors profit more. I tried to analyze it not only from EVA perspective, but also from an educator and investor perspective, so I hope that this feedback is going to help you with your venture. Regards, Milorad.