Most Elevator Pitches Listened To In Five Minutes

McAdory "Mac" Lipscomb, Brian Cohen, and JB Lockhart

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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 of New York Entrepreneur Week.

- each pitch must be 15 seconds or less
- each pitch must feature a legitimate business idea
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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  • United States Sumit smith

    Sumit smith

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  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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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