In the context of the “Journal of an Entrepreneur in High Schools” program I talk to high school students very often. Many times, they ask me if school was in any way useful to me, with the obvious expectation of my answering “No”. People look at the famous “drop-outs” of the 70s – Bill Gates, […]
A few days ago I stumbled upon this material: http://reidhoffman.org/linkedin-pitch-to-greylock/. Although it’s a about a pitch in 2004 – it’s LinkedIn’s real pitch deck in 2004 for Round B investment – or maybe just because of that :-), it makes a very interesting read. It is commented and contextualized, with dos and don’ts.