New York City, New York, United States / November 10, 2010

Mac Lipscomb, Brian Cohen, and JB Lockhart listened to 24 elevator pitches[] in five minutes. This beat the previous record by three pitches.

The record was set as part ofNew York Entrepreneur Week.

- each pitch must be 15 seconds or less
- each pitch must feature a legitimate business idea
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  • response to previous attempt

    Disclosure: I made the first pitch. Observation: This was way fun. I teach entrepreneurship at CCSU and I put my students through elevator pitches every semester, but I'm a nice guy...I give them 60 seconds. I am impressed with my co-presenters. BTW, Gary Whitehill (former student) is doing a great job with NYEW and the RelentlessFoundation!

  • response to previous attempt

    Thanks to #URDB and #NYEW for putting this event together and allowing #twiddish to pitch its' social network for user-generated visual dish-by-dish restaurant reviews.

  • response to previous attempt

    Fantastic event. Glad chatfe was able to be a part of this new world record as a last-second participant from the audience. Looking forward to talking with more of you. Chatfe. Real-time questions, answers and discussions provided by instant voice connections with others via a web and phone interface.

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