Does Your Startup Pitch Suck? Call PitchPhone And Practice

Does Your Startup Pitch Suck? Call PitchPhone And Practice

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New Um, we leverage crowdsourcing and um, like, people’s social graph to like find out about new discoveries and the people and places you might find interesting. Right, OK. But what do you actually do? We tap into Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn to personalize our recommendation engine which generates the topics....
Does Your Startup Pitch Suck? Call PitchPhone And Practice
                                       

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