30-Second Elevator Pitch: 3-D Vision Inc.

August 11, 2012

12:00 pm

As an entrepreneur, you must always be prepared to capitalize on your lucky break.  That moment when you’re standing next to Ron Conway in the elevator, you’ll have 30 seconds to explain why your company is going to change the world – and why they need to get a piece of the action.

To perfect the art of the elevator pitch, you must be able to hone in on what matters – and discard everything else.  You must be informative and persuasive.  You must be on your game.

As part of a new series, Tech Cocktail wants to share your elevator pitch.  Startups are given 30 seconds, and no more than 30 seconds (we cut anything after that length), to share their product or company with the world.  In that time they must convince readers why their company is the next big thing.

This week’s elevator pitch: 3-D Vision, Inc.

Gene Dolgoff invented the first LCD projector, worked on development of HDTV in the US, and inspired the Star Trek holodeck.  Yeah.  Wow.

But are you sold on his newest project, 3-D Vision?  If so, head on over to the 3-D Vision page on Fundable to show your support.

Attention Startups: Want to share your elevator pitch with the world?  Submit your company/product idea to our news tip page, and indicate that you want to participate in the elevator pitch series.  If selected, we will follow up with instructions within 48 hours

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When Zach Davis isn't getting lost in the mountains, he is hustling from Boulder, CO as Tech Cocktail's Director of Marketing. He is the author of Appalachian Trials, a book chronicling the mindset necessary for thru-hiking all 2,181 miles of the Appalachian Trail, a feat he accomplished in 2011. Zach is a green tea enthusiast, die-hard Chicago sports fan, and avid concert-goer. Follow Zach on Twitter: @zrdavis.

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