Hi Ryan, I love your idea. It’s such a relatable venture for many of us whose parents and grandparents struggle daily with tech. I can definitely see this venture making great progress toward improving the lives of those who’ve, until now, been largely ignored or improperly treated in the local Best Buys… I also enjoyed your casual professionalism throughout the venture pitch. To get to the nitty-gritty, you hit all of the most important facets of a good pitch. Your elevator pitch was concise at just about 1 minute, your anecdote served as a nice relatable hook, and clearly outlining the problem as well as your proposed solution. You even hit on your marketing strategy, your experience and competence as a leader, even the ask and return, all in 1 minute. I was initially perturbed by all the cuts in the elevator pitch, but soon realized it was evidence of you being ruthless in what content you chose to remove – a necessary skill – and the content that remained shined because of it. Well done. As for your venture pitch, it was also very impressive. I loved how it was all on one long page, Kickstarter style. Even a senior could easily navigate its clean design! You spend a long time outlining the problem, elaborating on the “why”, which was great and highly detailed, although I would have preferred you started with more specifics on the “how” and then filled us in on the “why”. Your infographic for the “how” was beautiful and detailed, and the idea to use paper-based plain language instructions is genius. As a champion of the venture, your background seems like a perfect fit and I would have no issues trusting you leading Olive Connect, although I hated the use of the term “Special Sauce”… ugh. I was impressed by your balanced management team. I was also impressed by how you chose to differentiate yourself – not a tech company, but educators looking to enhance digital literacy. Clever. That said I still wonder if others may encroach on this territory and what your plans are to counteract this. You clearly outlined the market for your product, and it was a genius idea to incorporate “Family Link”. It is so clever from both a user perspective (letting those who know you best help you) and a business perspective (several family members using the app means more customers). Well done. I appreciated your detailed ideas for expansion, even including a potential pivot into software, although I was curious how long an investor would have to wait to see a return on their $500k investment. I also wondered what else that $500k could be used on besides software; certainly marketing costs money, and surely Best buy (or similar) aren’t going to be advertising your services! Finally, great name, and cute pup. It reminds me of “extending an olive branch”; the service acts as a sort of peace offering to seniors after so many years of being seemingly ignored. It makes the company memorable. Fantastic work, Ryan. You’ve earned my 5 stars!