The inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations
with successful entrepreneurs and investors. 

Hosted by Trey Scott, WatchPitch Founder and CEO.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 23: Cedric Clyburn, Kitsuma Bars: Energy Bar Start-Up Success from Bridges and Sticky Notes

EPISODE SUMMARY

Our podcast today is with the Founder of Kitsuma Bars, Cedric Clyburn whose passion for solving a problem as a mountain biking competitor for clean, locally sourced and quick energy in a convenient bar ignited his start-up business. Cedric and his team are disruptors in a crowded and consolidated market of food products and his success is especially noteworthy because he is only 17. We know you will be inspired !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Cedric as a Founder how solving a personal problem can be a huge advantage when launching your enterprise. And as education continues to bridge the gap between the classroom and the marketplace, we will be seeing more and more young entrepreneurs raised with the opportunities fueled by the world wide web…and a bunch of sticky notes.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 22: Jeff Kaplan, Navigator for Economic Development with Entrepreneurs, Mentors, Investors and the Importance of the Pitch

EPISODE SUMMARY

Our podcast today is with Jeff Kaplan a gatekeeping navigator and catalytic converter for engaging entrepreneurs into the community ecosystem of economic development in the Southeast region based out of Asheville, North Carolina. There is a treasure of insights throughout this discussion for entrepreneurs and community leaders, angel investors and angel networks committed to making partnership successful that span even as far away as Capetown, South Africa. And surprise, it may just all start with your pitch…and loving your Mondays. Listen up my friends, you will be inspired, so let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Jeff the importance of understanding how critical doing the work is as an entrepreneur, that your classroom for those pursuing academic degrees is the marketplace, how ethics and being a good human all contribute to the economic development of people and our community both on a local and global scale

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 21: Yossi Meshulam, Co-Founder & CEO of Ripples – Marketing DNA for a Content Platform vs. a Pure Technology

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest today was discovered on the Turner or now, Warner Media campus since the AT & T acquisition, during one of the Bridge showcase events with its partners from Tel Aviv. There is more about this on the WatchPitch website and in an upcoming podcast episode. But here is what got my attention, and after we posted the short video of this company’s invention and IP with thousands of views and comments throughout the day I just had to talk with Co-Founder and CEO Yossi Meshulam. And this is someone who understands pitching, the tribulations of moving from a corporate life to an entrepreneurial one, and what it takes to fully grasp, understand and communicate their value proposition to investors. You will be inspired…let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Yossi the importance of understanding the core DNA of your company and being willing to pitch that to investors perhaps more than 150-times …how experience from a corporate track can absolutely contribute to your success as an entrepreneur and finally the importance of the wow factor, surprise and delight with your product or services with your customers. If you that kind of passion, well that my friends is a formula for success !

Cool Video of Ripples Technology – #WatchPitch

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 20: Emily Breedlove, Creating Eco-Systems of Innovation for Women, Girls and Communities

September 28, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest today on our now 20th WatchPitch podcast episode is Emily Breedlove, a leader whose DNA compels her to establish eco-systems of innovation. Particularly important is her commitment to women as leaders and fostering cultures for women and girls that establish a culture of trust…because, Ideas are fragile. This is a great episode for every entrepreneur committed to their own innovation practices including discovering the right fit of investors who will join them in the journey…let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Emily’s work as Executive Director of HATCH AVL, her Presidential role with Fem City and her leadership and passion for launching Camp Girl Boss that business can indeed, shape a community of innovators when the culture fosters the voice of women, vulnerability and trust…and sometimes, that might mean, leaving the guys outside for a spell.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 19: Sharon Joy Kleitsch, Change Agent from the Inside – Out; for Individuals, Community and our Planet

September 17, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest today is Sharon Joy Kleitsch, a seasoned change agent well versed in transformation and facilitating change in organizations large and small for the good. She is currently a meta-networker with The Connection Partners. For decades, her affiliation with the Institute of Noetic Sciences and other global and regional groups acknowledge a certain wisdom that lies under the surface of our thinking and how that relates to what we do in the world and our experience. For entrepreneurs and investors, this the inside landscape of who we are and how that shows up on the outside. This is a fascinating exploration and conversation…you will be inspired… let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Sharon the importance of structure in how we create the conditions for being open to and willing to change and transform…ourselves and the group and groups we are focused on. This could be our customers, our employees or even our community whether that is in our own backyard or part of our larger global community.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 18: Tom Lamar – Co-Founder of LaunchSail and the Principles of OODA when Navigating Business Growth, Development and Strategy

September 4, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest is Tom Lamar, Co-Founder of LaunchSail…an international consulting group based in San Francisco whose primary role is empowering Founders, their teams, and perhaps even more importantly, their operating system by applying the piloting principles of OODA – Observe, Orient, Decide and Act. This is an inspired conversation for any entrepreneur or investor keen on results in the face of headwinds… let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Tom about the piloting principles of OODA when inventorying business strategies,  saw tooth analytics for capital raising as well as the larger picture of culture as it relates to place and the climate and comfort with change and finally, the importance of shifting our perspective from seeing problems as opportunities.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 17: Dr. Erin Stefanacci – Winner of the WatchPitch June Competition & Functional Medicine Practitioner

August 22, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest today is Dr. Erin Stefanacci of Carolina Holistic Health…and we met during a 1 Million Cups Pitch event while we had our WatchPitch Pitch Booth setup. She pitched at the event and won the June Competition, with most reviews and the highest score. Every month we include for each of the winners a WatchPitch podcast opportunity to talk about more about their business and of course, what’s working and what needs to change about how they are growing their business. We had an inspired discussion with lots to learn and share… let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Dr. Erin Stefannaci what functional medicine is and how great it is to look at our health not only when we are not feeling so great but also, when we are, the importance of tenacity and courage and putting yourself out there, even when you are an introvert and when building your business, the importance of taking a break, a day off, a good walk in nature and perhaps even, a glass of Malbec.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 16
Episode 16: Cecily Mak @Flipboard – Personalized News for our Time – A Beacon for Legal, Biz development and Strategy; from the Board to the Start-up

August 9, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest is Cecily Mak, a Silicon Valley confessed bootcamp learner with Listen.com’s Rhapsody Music and Real Networks acquisition of the company before joining Flipboard, a personalized news service voted Apple’s iPad App of the Year. Cecily also teaches Digital Media Law at Hastings Law University in San Francisco. Her approach to helping start-ups and her own company is an evolving answer but at the core is her focus on valuing time and recognizing passion that is not about fireworks but about clarity and resolve. Powerful insights for your next pitch or investment… let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Cecily the importance of chemistry from a Founder and their passion… to a team and how they work well together, or not. Admittedly, there are shades of gray but key healthy dynamics in a team will evolve and your success, is counting on it.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 15
Episode 15: Kevin Sandlin – Founder and Author of Pitch Practice at Atlanta Tech Village

Kevin Sandlin

July 26, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest is Kevin Sandlin, author and founder of Pitch Practice located in one of the country’s fourth largest entrepreneurial tech centers in Atlanta, Georgia. I caught up with Kevin during his regular Friday Pitch Practice sessions that he offers for free to entrepreneurs. His invitation sparked our follow-up conversation that make for an inspired lesson in the craft of a pitch after hosting nearly 3000 of them over the last 5-years… let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Kevin the fundamental building blocks of the pitch, the importance of pitching early to get feedback and the understanding that a start-up is actually not a business but an opportunity to build a machine with a repeatable process and predictable results with your customers.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode 14
Episode 14: Porter Bayne – Raising $1.4 million as an Entrepreneur – The How-to…

July 15, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY

My guest today is Porter Bayne – Founder of Antenna.is where he has had multiple rounds of successful capital raising with Accelerator programs, Angels and Venture Capitalists. How has he done it and what are his secrets to these pivotal discussions with his business launch and growth. We are going to find out – together. Let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Porter the importance of a 24-7 ready to pitch story to deliver on a moments notice, the role of tenacity and timing as well as being honest as a founder and CEO about where exactly you are right now, and your next step. The rest of that massive future ahead can just wait.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 13 – Peter Krull and Earth Equity – Investing in People, Community and the Planet with Social Capital

June 29, 2018

EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Peter Krull who has been out in front since 2004 of what is now a $8 trillion dollar market of assets in responsible investing with values focused on social responsibility, people and the planet. We explore the role of B-Corps and acknowledge that when building any business, it’s a slog but when there are values at the core we can find investors who care about that.  Let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Pete the inspired growth of values entering the marketplace and the investment community, the importance of alignment and how every business can actively engage practices that support good stewardship, healthy community and the planet.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 12 – Barrie Barton, Story Choreographer

June 12, 2018

Barrie Barton


EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Barrie Barton, a Story Choreographer, dance educator and Founder of Stand & Deliver Asheville. We caught up with one another at The Collider, a co-working site that was abuzz that day. Barrie offers some presentation tips for every entrepreneur by inviting us all to acknowledge our past as we look to shape the future ahead of us…and do it with this knowledge… in our bones – Let’s discover how she does this for her clients who use to be dancers and who are now, business leaders. You will be inspired – let’s get started!

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Bill the importance of taking that leap, of learning in your discomfort zone and how developing courage, we make all the difference for our business, our teams and in our partnerships whether you are an entrepreneur or an investor

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 11 – Bill Treasurer: National Speaker, Leadership Development, Business Consultant and Courage Author

Episode 11

May 25, 2018

Bill Treasurer


EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Bill Treasurer. His leadership training company is Giant Leap Consulting. He is a national speaker and author of several popular management and leadership books..and just returned from the International Conference & Exposition for the Association of Talent Development in San Diego where former president Barack Obama was a keynote. Our focus is on leadership development, decision-making skills and taking that leap which for both entrepreneurs and investors can make all the difference in making their business happen.  You will be inspired – let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Bill the importance of taking that leap, of learning in your discomfort zone and how developing courage, we make all the difference for our business, our teams and in our partnerships whether you are an entrepreneur or an investor

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 10 – Josh Dorfman – CEO with The Collider: Climate-Driven Market Solutions: Dreams, Obstacles & Opportunity

Episode 10

May 15, 2018

Josh Dorfman


EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Josh Dorfman, former CEO of the most dynamic angel investor groups here in the SE – Venture South and currently, the CEO of the Collider, a climate center just blocks away from the NOAA who are the largest depositry of climate data in the world. Josh and the many members and partners of the Collider are keenly focused on how to support businesses enterprising this data to help shape policy and business development. We talked about the alchemy of dreamers and how to move ideas forward, his own journey as an entrepreneur and as a gate keeper for investors accessing these deals. This is hugely relevant to our listeners for both entrepreneurs and investors…let’s get started !

EPISODE NOTES

We learned from Josh the importance of warm introductions, what it takes to move dreams forward, of being frank, honest and being a wall buster, moving and through obstacles that are bound to come up as you make your dreams happen.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 9 – Melody Isis Herman – Entrepreneur’s Agent at POP Benefits, offering Solutions for Entrepreneurs and Businesses.

Episode 9
May 11, 2018

Melody Isis Herman


EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Melody Isis Herman. Her company is POP Benefits and when you look her up on her LinkedIn profile you will see that she leads her title with Benefits Shaman…Solutions for Entrepreneurs and Businesses. That’s intriguing. She and I were introduced at our local 1 Million Cups weekly event that is sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation. This is a weekly gathering of start-ups and entrepreneurs who learn every week from one another and how to be better at what they do. Melody is a spirited Ambassador for Million Cups and also a leader of her own, women-owned business. Let’s get started.

EPISODE NOTES

Our conversation with Melody underscored the importance of connecting and what to do to cultivate generosity, self-care and a good sense of humor… and how that can go a long way in becoming and claiming who we are as a maturing business leader.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 8 – Gregg Levoy – Author of Callings & Vital Signs with a deep-dive into passion that fuels every Start Up & Investor

Episode 8
Apr 16, 2018

Gregg Levoy


EPISODE SUMMARY
Gregg Levoy, is the author of Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life as well as his recent collection of research and explorations, entitled Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion. Gregg’s discoveries are valuable for every entrepreneur and investor fueled by their passion and how to keep it alive… for their business and investments to succeed.

EPISODE NOTES
Gregg Levoy, is author of **Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life** as well as his recent collection of research and explorations, entitled **Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion**. And when Vital Signs came out in paperback they actually edited the title to include, **Discovering and Sustaining Your Passion**. You can tell Gregg offers a valuable conversation for us as every entrepreneur and investor is fueled by their passion. Keeping it burning for their business and investments to succeed requires skill and reflection as we get tested by the marketplace. You’re going to LOVE this podcast…

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 7 – Christoph Sollich – The Pitch Doctor: Helping Start-Ups Pitch Better…from Berlin & Beyond

Episode 7
Apr 2, 2018

Christoph Sollich


EPISODE SUMMARY
My guest today is Chrsitoph Sollich – The Pitch Doctor from Berlin…Germany. He works with Start-Up’s and Accelerator programs around the world helping leaders with their pitches that engage the hearts, and brains, of investors. Whether you are pitching in a mankini or sharing a personal story his global experience offers inspired tools for your next WatchPitch.

EPISODE NOTES
My guest today is Christoph Sollich – The Pitch Doctor from Berlin…Germany. He just returned from South-by-SouthWest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas delivering a stellar pitch for the Berlin start-up community. He works with Start-Up’s and Accelerator programs around the world helping Founders and CEO’s with their pitches applying some easy and inspired practices for engaging the hearts, and brains, of investors. Whether you are pitching in a mankini or sharing a personal story his global experiences will offer you inspired tools for you next WatchPitch.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 6 – Marcie Anthone: Coca Cola storyteller and Start-Up Consultant with The Bridge program in Tel Aviv

Episode 6
Mar 11, 2018


EPISODE SUMMARY
Marcie Anthone is a marketing expert from Coca Cola and other global brands. We recorded this podcast from the Bridge headquarters in Tel Aviv. She offers a broad experience to shaping the value propositions to investors and global partners like Coca Cola, Turner and Mercedes Benz.

EPISODE NOTES
Marcie Anthone is a marketing expert from Coca Cola and other strategic global brands… We recorded this podcast from the Bridge headquarters in Tel Aviv. Marcie has extensive experience with helping to shape the value propositions and most importantly the crafting of story when it comes to marketing investor pitches and to innovative programs underway now with Coca Cola, Turner and Mercedes Benz.

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
Episode 5 – Tom Ryan: Investor & Co-Founder Start 100, Supported.ly and Talent Jam

Episode 5
Feb 23, 2018

Tom Ryan


EPISODE SUMMARY
Tom Ryan’s perspective is invaluable to WatchPitch podcast listeners because although he considers himself a working class entrepreneur as Founder of Talent Jam he is also leading the Start 100 Investor group out of Charlotte, NC and understands deal flow from both sides of the table.

EPISODE NOTES
Tom Ryan considers himself a working class entrepreneur as Founder of Talent Jam. He is also leading the Start 100 Investor group out of Charlotte, NC and is an operations coach and mentor with Supportedly.. This is a lot of hats but most impressively is his perspective from both sides of the deal flow table. Let’s discover how he does it !

ABOUT THE SHOW
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
WatchPitch Podcast – Episode Four – Douglas Johnson

Episode 4
Feb 12, 2018

Douglas Johnson


EPISODE SUMMARY

Douglas Johnson is Founder of Scale Up On Demand. They have teams, metrics and what interests us the most – SYSTEMS for Scaling Businesses that appeal to Investors.

EPISODE NOTES

Douglas Johnson is the Founder of Scale Up On Demand. They have teams, metrics and what interests us the most – SYSTEMS for Scaling Businesses that appeal to Investors. He discusses the power of these metrics as they scale for sales and take the next steps towards engaging investor partners.

ABOUT THE SHOW

The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 



WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
WatchPitch Podcast – Episode Three – Gary Ross

Episode 3
Feb 1, 2018

Gary Ross


EPISODE SUMMARY

Gary Ross is a business leader, author and entrepreneur who is passionate about helping others get it right. His new book, The Growth Cube, is founded on time-tested practices for successful leadership. He coaches entrepreneurs and evaluates new businesses as a consultant and runs his own, up and coming App enterprise called Wound-Wise.

EPISODE NOTES

Gary Ross is a business leader, author and entrepreneur who is passionate about helping others get it right. His new book, The Growth Cube, is founded on time-tested practices for successful leadership. He coaches entrepreneurs and evaluates new businesses as a consultant and runs his own, up and coming App enterprise called Wound-Wise. Wound Wise helps to evaluate serious wounds in order to prioritize wound care for the millions who struggle with easy access to medical care.

ABOUT THE SHOW

The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 


WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
WatchPitch Podcast – Episode Two – Juan Garzon

Episode 2
Feb 1, 2018

Juan Garzon


EPISODE SUMMARY

Juan Garzon is the Co-Founder of Pitch Breakfast where entrepreneurs pitch investors over coffee while everyone is listening. I had the honor of pitching at a Pitch Breakfast here in Asheville last week and carved out a little time afterwards to talk about Juan’s passion for connecting entrepreneurs with a good story for investors

EPISODE NOTES

Juan Garzon is the Co-Founder of Pitch Breakfast where entrepreneurs pitch investors over coffee while everyone is listening. I had the honor of pitching at a Pitch Breakfast here in Asheville last week and carved out a little time afterwards to talk about Juan’s passion for connecting entrepreneurs with a good story for investors. His roots come from the world of comic books where his father was an illustrator for some of the first Star Wars stories.

ABOUT THE SHOW

The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.

 

 



WatchPitch Podcast: For Start-Ups & Investors
By Trey Scott

Episode
WatchPitch Podcast – Episode One – Ross Finlay

Episode 1
Feb 1, 2018

Ross Finlay


EPISODE SUMMARY

Angel Investors are a major source of start-up capital and one of the premier thought leaders in this arena is Canadian, Ross Finlay. I caught up with him after his Keynote presentation at the annual Venture South Conference in Greenville, South Carolina

EPISODE NOTES

Angel Investors are a major source of start-up capital and one of the premier thought leaders in this arena is Canadian, Ross Finlay. I caught up with him after his Keynote presentation at the annual Venture South Conference in Greenville, South Carolina

ABOUT THE SHOW

The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.