REVIEW: Hi Nidal, I was really impressed with your venture pitch for this presentation. I commend you for getting your elevator pitch under 1 minute but I think there is a difference in engagement between your two pitches. While your elevator pitch was informative, it was not as engaging as your venture pitch. This could be a problem for potential investors as they might not move on and would ultimately miss out on your compelling venture pitch. As an investor I’m very impressed that you included a live demo. The idea of BYOD and using an LMS device within a classroom is highly lucrative. I’m a bit unclear as to what the difference is between student end-user and student dealer. Would you consider having subscriptions for teachers? Or whole classrooms? Perhaps this is already what you mean, but I’m uncertain. While you offer a completing different product from other LMS systems, many of them – Edmodo, Schoology offer a free subscription. While these free subscriptions don’t offer many of the paid lucrative services, how can you assure investors that your customers will leave their potential free services and continually renew their paid subscriptions? Once this is established I would be likely to invest in your product. I think you’ve stumbled upon a great idea here that could revolutionize learning in the classroom.