What is the name of the company and/or product?
What is the customer value proposition? What business problem is being solved?
TechTalks.tv is the best way to publish and share presentation slides with videos. There are many publishers who generate slide-based videos. For example, business enterprises having regular seminars, or individual experts trying to share their knowledge via a presentation, or conference organizers trying to monetize their conference content. These publishers currently do not have a go-to platform to do so.
What is the target “launch” date?
We’re currently accepting users for our public beta and plan to launch officially in the next couple months.
Who is on the team?
- Jason Martin – Co founder and CEO
- Rajnish Kumar – Co founder and CTO
- Jovan Stojanovic – Lead Designer
What is your greatest strength?
We’re a persistent team of enthusiasts with strong backgrounds and experience in streaming video, customer development and design.
What is your biggest weakness?
The classic ‘chicken and egg’ scenario of getting content publishers on board and user signups. We’re going to give publishers the chance to claim their channel soon and this will drastically add more content to the site.
What is the specific technology or combination of technologies, framework, languages, etc. that makes this thing run? Is there any IP?
Our cloud-based tool to allow experts and publishers to generate slide-based videos without installing any software.
Is there a revenue model? How big is the market?
Eventually after the network effect, we will be ad and subscription based. The online education market is exploding and there is a unique opportunity for universities and brands to publish their original content with us and reach a global audience.
What is one resource you could use that would take this to the next level?
We’re looking for angel investor funding to help us scale. Preferably, we are looking for connected investors with experience in this space who would like to have an active role.
Is there anything else you would like to add?