REVIEW: Haha, first of all….anything w…

REVIEW: Haha, first of all….anything with that Allen Iverson quote makes me more happy. So, that’s a win for the venture pitch. Honestly, after the elevator pitch, I wasn’t too excited and figured that there was already something out there on the market that would do something similar. But reviewing the venture pitch changed my mind. So that’s another win! James’ website offers a thorough exploration of pain points in current market – and his excellent credentials in the field back them up. He uses the “Cube” model as an effective way of pitching it to investors….even though they likely won’t know what the model is. But he uses it in a way that they will understand. One concern I have is whether or not people would be willing to pay for such an app since I always want all my apps for free, but James gives an explanation of how all the funding would work and how the price of the app will drop – and it made a lot of sense. The two things that most convinced me were the description given of the current market and how this app will fill a niche that currently isn’t being filled which helped me realize that maybe there is use for ‘another’ math app. This coupled with his significant credentials in the field helped to convince me that this is a good product. Would I invest, I’d have to say no….but not because of anything I can find wrong with the pitch. It’s just simply not something that gets me super excited emotionally. But the pitch is very well done.