Kelvin Johnson Jr. wasn’t born for the public accounting world. With a penchant for storytelling and a passion for honing the art of the pitch, it’s only natural that Johnson left the financial world for the looser, more dynamic world of startup to help other founders, well, pitch their asses off. With his company, Brevity Pitch, founders can tap into an AI system to help build the right foundation for any type of pitch. It’s an interesting concept, and one that we’re sure you’ll agree fits Johnson well after hearing this episode of The tech.mn Podcast. Johnson has held the letters “CPA” longer, but CEO seems to fit pretty darn good, too.
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This is a podcast for tech and entrepreneurship in Minnesota. Casey Shultz, Executive Director of BETA, and Shacarria Scott, Sales and Relationship Manager of BETA, set out to tell the stories of the individuals that make up the Minnesota tech and startup capital of the North. Join us every Tuesday as we interview people from across the ecosystem about their journeys.
Alex oversees the content produced for BETA, Twin Cities Startup Week, and tech.mn. When he’s not writing or editing, there’s a good chance he’s enjoying a refreshing brew and explaining the merits of heavy metal (of which there are many).