Whether you are putting on an art show, playing a rock show, or premiering a film, getting the masses together for an event is key to getting people talking about you and your art. But getting people to an event is difficult. I’m going to break down a few ways to garner a larger, more excitable audience.
Andrew Romans of Rubicon Venture Capital is coming to the Bell + Ivy headquarters town of Santa Monica this Tuesday, July 24th, 2018. We are happy to welcome our friend and colleague as he discusses the importance of blockchain in the future of tech, society, and investing.
An elevator pitch is generally defined as a sixty-second (more or less) speech where you give up the relevant details of your business, idea, or brand. So it has to be fast, cover all the salient points, and delivered with charm and style. But it can also be delivered as a pitch presentation or a one-page overview.
In 2018, everyone seems to have a Bitcoin story. Remember that guy you read about who became a millionaire overnight? But the Bitcoin story is much more significant than this. Blockchain, the technology underlying and enabling Bitcoin, has the unique ability to change the world. Blockchain is an open, distributed database of transactions -- think of it as an unhackable digital accounting book -- and it has endless possibilities for making everything we do more secure, efficient and quick.