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Less hassle. Less clutter. More running.
Where does Joe run?
• Dedicated runners don‟t
have a reliable place to
find routes while traveling
• Current running route...
Joe is not alone
• “I was in Washington D.C. and I was in a really
dangerous area and wasn't sure where to run.”
• “...a r...
Meet Where to Run
Less searching + less worrying
= more running
What„s in it for the runner?
• Simple
• User-friendly
So what„s in it for the runner?
• Quality
detailed
running routes
So what„s in it for the runner?
• No more
logistical
concerns
with finding
your route
So what„s in it for the runner?
• Uncluttered
environment
• Less time
searching for routes
• Quality detailed
running rout...
Who‟s racing us?
• MapMyRun
• TrailLink
• Trails.com
Competitors
Where to Run MapMyRun TrailLink Trails.com
EASY ACCESS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
FREE OF CHARGE ✔ ✔ ✔
QUANTITY OF ROUTES ✔
VERIF...
Launching Where to Run
• Partnerships
(Hotels, Running Stores, Mass Transit)
• Sponsorship
• Facebook, Twitter, Instagram ...
Minimalist Model for a Minimalistic Sport
• Free download – why pay for what‟s already
free?
• Where to run hotel partners...
How much money can we make?
• Projected to make $75,000 in Year 1
• Partnerships + Internet Business Model Projections
• N...
Team
Aidan
Galasso
Darius
Hence
John
Stevenson
Robert
Köhler
Progress
• 100 survey responses
collected
• Contacting running
experts and
retail managers
• Branding complete
• Wireframi...
Ask
• We need your investment to make
Where to Run possible.
• CTO, partnerships, advertisers
• $250,000
Thank you!
• Help us make running
accessible
• Wherever the road takes
you, Where to Run will be
there to match you with
t...
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Where to Run pitch

Final pitch by #jpreneur students John Stevenson, Aidan Galasso, Robert Kohler, Darius Hence. Where to Run is an app designed to help runners find the best routes when traveling.

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Where to Run pitch

  1. 1. Less hassle. Less clutter. More running.
  2. 2. Where does Joe run? • Dedicated runners don‟t have a reliable place to find routes while traveling • Current running route resources are cluttered, fragmented and unreliable
  3. 3. Joe is not alone • “I was in Washington D.C. and I was in a really dangerous area and wasn't sure where to run.” • “...a route posted by a local running group took me over a bridge that was clearly not for pedestrians at all. I was so scared of either getting hit by a car or falling into the water the whole time.” • Would be amazing to have an app or website for nationwide trails/running paths... With the ability for others to rate and/or comment on said trails/paths
  4. 4. Meet Where to Run Less searching + less worrying = more running
  5. 5. What„s in it for the runner? • Simple • User-friendly
  6. 6. So what„s in it for the runner? • Quality detailed running routes
  7. 7. So what„s in it for the runner? • No more logistical concerns with finding your route
  8. 8. So what„s in it for the runner? • Uncluttered environment • Less time searching for routes • Quality detailed running routes • No more logistical concerns with finding your route
  9. 9. Who‟s racing us? • MapMyRun • TrailLink • Trails.com
  10. 10. Competitors Where to Run MapMyRun TrailLink Trails.com EASY ACCESS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ FREE OF CHARGE ✔ ✔ ✔ QUANTITY OF ROUTES ✔ VERIFIED ROUTES ✔ PARKING INSTRUCTIONS ✔ MOBILE APPS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
  11. 11. Launching Where to Run • Partnerships (Hotels, Running Stores, Mass Transit) • Sponsorship • Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Blog • #WhereIRan • Advertising
  12. 12. Minimalist Model for a Minimalistic Sport • Free download – why pay for what‟s already free? • Where to run hotel partnership • Digital advertising • web + mobile • promote local + national retail, brands, etc. relevant to traveling runners • Data mining - our app generates valuable insight • Partnerships + sponsorships will drive users to the app
  13. 13. How much money can we make? • Projected to make $75,000 in Year 1 • Partnerships + Internet Business Model Projections • Net profit projections: • Year 2: $165,000 • Year 3: $250,000 • Year 4: $700,000 • Year 5: $2 million
  14. 14. Team Aidan Galasso Darius Hence John Stevenson Robert Köhler
  15. 15. Progress • 100 survey responses collected • Contacting running experts and retail managers • Branding complete • Wireframing underway
  16. 16. Ask • We need your investment to make Where to Run possible. • CTO, partnerships, advertisers • $250,000
  17. 17. Thank you! • Help us make running accessible • Wherever the road takes you, Where to Run will be there to match you with the perfect running route. • Less hassle. Less clutter. More running.

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