- Shenika Balfour
- Shannon Atwell
- Megan Zaporowski
- Emily O’Donnell
- Taja West
- Christine May
- Lori Greene
Christine: Should we be putting in statistical graphics? Should we be more visual? I’m worried it’ll get too busy and we could get caught up spending too much time on the visuals.
Lori: You only have 20 minutes, and we don’t want to clutter it up. Make it seem that you are presenting to an investor. Your capstone is “I want you to invest in this.” To me, that is the purpose. It’s like you’re a startup, going in front of people who can help you.
Christine: Would you rather have a link to something else out there, or do you want to see it right then and there?
- You need to grab people. Provide just enough information to keep their attention. You need to tell the story, so make sure it’s streamlined and clear. When you’re thinking about presenting, present the story and why your project will be successful, and then go to the website to demonstrate, but the story is the most important.
- You could start by saying, “Imagine you’re pregnant and that you can actually live your life.” Put together a catalogue of a product that doesn’t currently exist.
- Pregnancy is about don’ts but we want to talk to you about the do’s.
Next Steps: Send Lori our presentation and script, and she’ll give us feedback.