REVIEW: Jessica, I find this to be an excellent presentation and an overall very strong venture proposal! Your elevator pitch addressed the PAIN POINT and the SOLUTION but could have been even better with a brief mention of the DIFFERENTIATION and CHAMPIONSHIP aspects that are typical of strong proposals. Those elements, however, were NOT missing from your venture pitch, which did a great job of showcasing your well constructed team and some of the unique value propositions of G-Interact. I feel your MARKETING component could be stronger with more detail. For example, you say the product will “be marketed as an interactive educational tool to Google Classroom users and educators of any age group”? Are you going to target student users with advertising, or… what would that look like exactly? How would you reach existing G Suite for Education users? How about having a strategy that includes a sustained presence in online developer communities, or offering workshops at EdTech Team Google Summit events ( https://www.edtechteam.com/summits/) in your initial target area? I also recommend you consider availing yourself of the resources and business development opportunities at the Google Developers Launchpad ( https://developers.google.com/community/launchpad ). That would not not to help your team internally, but also provide increased credibility and exposure for your project! Good luck with this exciting venture!