Last Thursday, the MIT Enterprise Forum held a demo event which Athleon was lucky enough to be selected to pitch at. We gave a five minute talk on our business plan, how we got started, and tips for other entrepreneurs in the audience, then gave a five minute demo. It went well, we met a lot of great people, and we were lucky enough to be selected the winner of the event.
From John Cook, venture writer for the Seattle PI:
"Dressed in his UW rugby jersey, Athleon co-founder Brent Lamphier gave a crisp and clear presentation on a new Web site that allows coaches to communicate with athletes about game schedules, work out routines and -- most interestingly -- game film. It was a good pitch, complete with humor. In explaining his reason for bringing on a co-founder, the rugby player noted he needed help because "I get hit in the head a lot." He later described the service as "virtual locker room, with everything but the showers."
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