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Soliciting Feedback, Not Funding February 21, 2009
Speakers  Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Lecture
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After seeking interest in their product from industry players such as Technorati, KPCB, and Yahoo!, Josh Schwarzapel, Product Manager for Cooliris, and Soujanya Bhumkar, CEO for the company, recall how the founding team investigated how their technology could enhance the Internet landscape at large. Pitching Cooliris was not a one-time event, but a slow and steady process that picked up traction and slowly roused interest over time. Their case study proves the old adage that if you ask for advice, you get money, and if you ask for money, you get advice. Feedback, rather than funding, was the founders' initial pursuit. Ultimately, the start-up was able to garner both.

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