Thanks for sharing. I think you’ve definitely identified a strong innovator-entrepreneur. Besides the innovations he introduced, I think one of the most impressive measures of his entrepreneurship is his dedicated and detailed pitch strategy. As we learned in a previous module, an entrepreneur’s pitch needs not only to be concise and communicate clearly the innovation and the value it adds, it also is a learning opportunity for the entrepreneur to hone his proposal according to the responses (or lack of responses) of the potential investors. The fact that Greg Porter would scope out competitor pitches, identify their shortcomings, and capitalize on them by addressing such concerns in his own pitch to the same group shows the forethought, planning, and innovative flexibility needed to successfully bring an innovation to market.