Review: Nice work, i’m convinced that English language education is a very viable portion of the market and I can tell that you are passionate about the topic and your venture. You elevator pitch begins with a concise forecast of the market, this is an effective way to present to investors who are most often driven by revenue potential. I would suggest making a quick note about what kind of investment you are looking for while you are on the topic of money before moving on; investors can then focus on the remaining content of your pitch having had there main money question already answered. The extensive information about your business model and development plan conclude your pitches nicely and are characteristic of a very thorough and professional entrepreneur. Your pitch provides an effective explanation of competing products and how each is different than your own. This explanation of the competition mainly focuses on the functional differences which affect the user. You do a good job of arguing that your product will serve users better however I also think that this argument could be made stronger if you can convince investors that your product will also serve consumers better. As an investor I would like to know how consumers are going to hear about your product and how easy it will be from them to implement it, in addition to the size and location of the market. I realize that detailed information on marketing strategy may be beyond the scope of the current phase of your venture; discussing the people that will be involved in executing the different aspects of your plan may give investors more confidence knowing that you will have skilled team members working in these areas. Although I have made a number of suggestions, I do not think that your pitches are weak, you have simply presented a well researched venture in a lot of depth, ultimately providing the investor with solid information about a solid venture and a driven entrepreneur. Great job.