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TIMELESS VENTURES
The Uber of Venture Capital
What is Timeless?
Timeless Enterprises is an umbrella brand, much like Richard Branson
has created with Virgin Enterprises...
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Timeless Enterprises Logo
Often the simplest symbols are the ones with the richest meanings.
The infinity sign, the figu...
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Our Story
The Timeless Ventures Story
Timeless Venture Capital is a firm founded by 21 year old John
Seyferth, along with his friend...
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Brand Positioning
Positioning is one of the most important things a company has
to decide. The most obvious and glaring qu...
Our purpose is to help people in poverty stricken situations, and
give them a real opportunity at achieving success. Our
f...
Timeless Values
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At Timeless Ventures, our mission is to
organize, educate and empower the world’s
greatest thinkers.
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Venture Capital - UBERFIED
When you look at Uber, what you should see is not a taxi
app, but a blue print for how to do ‘c...
The real genius of Uber lies in a deep understanding of
convenience – what it is, and why it matters. That’s what
Uberfica...
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+
This Plus This...
Equals This
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What makes Uber so
addicting?
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The Psychology of
Convenience
Uber does more than deliver convenience as a
simple service attribute, it delivers convenien...
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Timeless Ventures Business
Model
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A Simplified Venture Capital
Experience
If you haven’t experienced Uber yet, it works
like this. You tap your smartphone s...
5 Opportunities for
Convenience
Decision Convenience – Making it fast and easy to choose. At
Timeless Ventures, we are one...
Convenience ( Continued )
Transaction Convenience – Making it fast and easy to pay,
often times with no payment required a...
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The Problems:
Timeless Ventures is going to solve 3 of the
country’s biggest problems... it’s a perfect storm.
The Problem...
1) The Creativity Crises
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The Global Creative-Class Index
Far from being the leader, the United States is not even in the top ten. The creative clas...
The Importance of
Creativity
There’s a whole new class of workers in the U.S. that’s 38 million
strong: the creative class...
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2) The Debt Crises
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3) You Can’t Teach
Entrepreneurialism
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The biggest thing that separates entrepreneurs
from employees is that entrepreneurs are risk-
takers. You simply can't ...
Individualism is not an attribute that is encouraged in the classroom setting
and it never will be. It would force a learn...
Methodologies Will Be Outdated Before
Graduation
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You Can’t Teach Entrepreneurism
Part 2
Selling products and services is less about having
the greatest quality or the best...
The Rapid Pace of
Innovation
Since marketing continues to evolve at such a rapid pace
the notion that you can learn how to...
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You Can’t Teach Entrepreneurism
Part 3
The most prominent entrepreneurs never
studied the field. 39
We could make a page-long list with the names of entrepreneurs that didn't
graduate from college or get a degree in entrep...
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College by default is the average person's Plan A and Plan B. Even
when young adults aren't necessarily excited about goin...
What always drew us to entrepreneurship was the idea that you could
pursue your dreams building a business and achieve suc...
And Most Importantly...
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CURRENT SOLUTIONS
What is already being done to solve this problem is found where
you would expect it, companies like Goog...
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Timeless Ventures will be a much less selective firm, as we
will have our doors open to anyone who has a dream and
who is ...
49
The 10x Strategy
Our goal is to create the most premier, high class startup factory
in the world. We provide startups with...
It's rare, and it's definitely an
exception to the rule. But...
51
But we firmly believe exceptional companies are built by
exceptional people. And at Timeless Ventures... we sure
are a gro...
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What is a Startup Factory?
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DIGITAL STRATEGY
We do the research and develop the strategies that best represent your bran...
Startup Factory
( Continued )
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DIGITAL MARKETING
Our marketing experts and Timeless advisers will walk people through de...
The Timeless Ventures Startup
Factory
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What Timeless Ventures Promotes With Our
Startup Factory
As quoted by our founder and CEO, John - “I fully believe that one of
the biggest values that we’re bringing, and I don’t ...
Startups... The Ultimate Job
Creator
There are almost 28 million small businesses in the US, and
over 22 million are self ...
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We don’t sell anything. Rather... We create a platform for
creation.
Instead of profiting and charging ridiculous prices f...
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When Co-Creation Becomes the Heart of
Marketing, Companies Win
Advertising and marketing are changing and more than ever, ...
Co-Creation and Loyalty
The key to co-branding is to allow the
audience to feel part of the campaign while
retaining some ...
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Millennials can prove to be one of your most
willing sources of ideas. As digital natives, they
naturally expect a stage o...
What is a Millennial?
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Why They Matter
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Purchases Millennials Won’t Make
Without Co-Creation
Companies Using Co-
Creation
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There's some real competition to this, so anyone on board of the firm understands the
importance of moving fast. The fo...
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When we say same idea... we mean at it's core. But based on every technical
factor out there, they don't compare to wha...
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Big Bang Disruption
The Wisdom of Big Bang
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People + Infrastructure
= Disruption
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Under digital disruption, the digital infrastructure that
companies like Apple and Google are building is relatively
quick...
So if people + infrastructure has always led to
disruption, digital disruptors + digital infrastructure
leads to digital d...
A Triple Threat ( Market Disruption )
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TARGET MARKET
Half of our target market at Timeless Ventures are people
just like our founders. People who have too big of...
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The Next Zuck Needs Your
Help!
Our product and services are more along the lines of an experience...
The firm is very passionate about creating amazing e...
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Timeless Music Tour
Top Brands Use Concerts as
Marketing
People from all walks of life engage with music
in their every day routines. Music br...
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Brands With Concert
Marketing
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Timeless... The Best Customer
Experience in Town
Timeless Ventures offers a branded consumer
experience unlike any other.
...
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Timeless Lifestyle Brand... Creating
Passion With Every Person We Touch
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In the old world, you devoted 30% of your time to building a
great service and 70% of your time to shouting about it. In t...
Partnerships
Meet Our Wonderful Partners!
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  1. 1. TIMELESS VENTURES The Uber of Venture Capital
  2. 2. What is Timeless? Timeless Enterprises is an umbrella brand, much like Richard Branson has created with Virgin Enterprises. Each brand, whether it be Timeless Ventures, Timeless Law, Timeless Talent Agency, Timeless Newspaper and Magazine, Timeless News Channel, Timeless Security, Timeless Records, Timeless Productions or Timeless Clothing... all help to reinforce the positive brand perception that we hope to achieve. This pitch deck will be focused solely on Timeless Ventures. 2
  3. 3. 3 Timeless Enterprises Logo Often the simplest symbols are the ones with the richest meanings. The infinity sign, the figure of eight, and the mathematical lemniscate all refer to the same shape that contains a wealth of complex meaning within its fluid lines. This mysterious symbol is found on an everyday object, the camera, where it appears as the infinity lens focus. Because the circles of the lemniscate sit side by side, the sign implies equality between these opposing forces, with the connecting point in the center the convergent point. The sign epitomizes the idea of sexual union and of "two becoming one." The infinity sign stands for wholeness and completion.
  4. 4. 4 Our Story
  5. 5. The Timeless Ventures Story Timeless Venture Capital is a firm founded by 21 year old John Seyferth, along with his friends and business partner Connor McBride, Nick Sirbu, and Sheldon Medici. John is an entrepreneur who believes strongly in self education, due largely in part to the explosion of online MOOC’s and the democratization of knowledge. Connor is a finance major at Michigan State, Nick is neuroscience major at U of M, and Sheldon is a consultant at one of the top firms in the world, Deloitte. The initial idea for the firm was spawned by John, who was disappointed in the lack of genuine education for entrepreneurs. Although the education system has proven useful for many, the fact that you have to go into debt to get the knowledge of what it takes to launch a company just didn't seem right to him. The idea for this company is to educate people, while simultaneously getting them involved with startup life. The only way you can truly learn how to be an entrepreneur and obtain the leadership skills necessary to build a dynamic company is to learn from the best, and we hope to provide the culture and atmosphere that allows that to happen. 5
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  7. 7. Brand Positioning Positioning is one of the most important things a company has to decide. The most obvious and glaring question, how do we want people to view and perceive us? And, even more importantly than that, the deepest soul searching question a company can ask itself... what is our purpose for being here? We plan on positioning ourselves as being one of the most high class, professional firms in the world. We are the Uber of Venture Capital, designing a convenient process that could help out any entrepreneur, regardless of where they are along their personal journey. 7
  8. 8. Our purpose is to help people in poverty stricken situations, and give them a real opportunity at achieving success. Our founders are people who's roots are deeply imbedded in Detroit, and we fully plan on aligning our skills, knowledge, and expertise to help our great city. 8
  9. 9. Timeless Values 9
  10. 10. 10 At Timeless Ventures, our mission is to organize, educate and empower the world’s greatest thinkers.
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  12. 12. Venture Capital - UBERFIED When you look at Uber, what you should see is not a taxi app, but a blue print for how to do ‘convenience tech’. We are taking that blueprint, and using it to create "convenience Venture Capital." Along with an approachable physical firm, we also want to tap into the virtual Venture Capital world as well. Too many firms place location as a top priority when determining if they should invest in a startup or not. With cloud technology, we will be investing in startups all over the world. Timeless Ventures thinks local, and acts global. 12
  13. 13. The real genius of Uber lies in a deep understanding of convenience – what it is, and why it matters. That’s what Uberfication is all about; pivoting your business to deliver on the most valuable core under-exploited consumer need - convenience. 13
  14. 14. 14 + This Plus This...
  15. 15. Equals This 15
  16. 16. What makes Uber so addicting? 16
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  18. 18. The Psychology of Convenience Uber does more than deliver convenience as a simple service attribute, it delivers convenience across every consumer touch-point. Specifically, Uber taps into convenience research that has identified five specific opportunities for convenience tech to buy people time and save them effort. And Uber and Timeless Ventures deliver on every count. 18
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  20. 20. Timeless Ventures Business Model 20
  21. 21. A Simplified Venture Capital Experience If you haven’t experienced Uber yet, it works like this. You tap your smartphone screen, and a taxi appears automatically - as if by magic. Uber is all about 'uber-convenience', earning the service hero status in the hot emerging category of 'convenience tech' – technology that buys you time and saves you effort. 21
  22. 22. 5 Opportunities for Convenience Decision Convenience – Making it fast and easy to choose. At Timeless Ventures, we are one of a kind. We are a one stop shop for any entrepreneur. There is no other firm like us. Access Convenience – We plan on being located in the hot spots, the places that are most accessible to people. By creating a hybrid experience where you can just walk in, share ideas, get educated, start working with other startups or even building your own all in one place, we offer a one of a kind experience not replicated by any other firm. The partners of the firm are quite strong in our conviction that this is the future of Venture Ventures. 22
  23. 23. Convenience ( Continued ) Transaction Convenience – Making it fast and easy to pay, often times with no payment required at all. We pay our entrepreneurs, not the other way around. Benefit Convenience – The benefits of working with Timeless Ventures are unrivaled by any. We offer an experience that no one else can match. Our name and logo say it all. Post-Benefit Convenience – Making ourselves available every day, 365 days a year to the entrepreneurs who have graduated from the program, along with a plethora of resources that can be accessed on demand. 23
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  25. 25. The Problems: Timeless Ventures is going to solve 3 of the country’s biggest problems... it’s a perfect storm. The Problems • The Creativity Crises • The Debt Crises • Lack of genuine education for entrepreneurs ( How can you start a business coming out of school 100k in debt? )
  26. 26. 1) The Creativity Crises 26
  27. 27. The Global Creative-Class Index Far from being the leader, the United States is not even in the top ten. The creative class constitutes around a third of the workforce in Ireland, Belgium, Australia, and the Netherlands; it accounts for roughly a quarter of the workforce in six other countries: New Zealand, Estonia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Finland, and Iceland. When our U.S. data are adjusted to be comparable to the ILO figures (which use a narrow definition of creative job categories that excludes “technicians”), the United States comes in, with 23.6%, at 11th worldwide. 27
  28. 28. The Importance of Creativity There’s a whole new class of workers in the U.S. that’s 38 million strong: the creative class. At its core are the scientists, engineers, architects, designers, educators, artists, musicians, and entertainers, whose economic function is to create new ideas, new technology, or new content. Today, the creative sector of the U.S. economy, broadly defined, employs more than 30% of the workforce (more than all of manufacturing) and accounts for nearly half of all wage and salary income (some $2 trillion)— almost as much as the manufacturing and service sectors together. Indeed, the United States has now entered what we at Timeless Ventures call the Creative Age. 28
  29. 29. 29 Text 2) The Debt Crises
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  32. 32. 3) You Can’t Teach Entrepreneurialism 32
  33. 33. 33 The biggest thing that separates entrepreneurs from employees is that entrepreneurs are risk- takers. You simply can't manufacture risk-takers. The higher education system serves the purpose of manufacturing like-minded clones with the same attributes and mentalities. When we say clones, we are not trying to be disrespectful... but we’re not sure there's any other way to sugarcoat it. A clone by definition is a model that matches another with the same characteristics. Think about how detrimental it would be if entrepreneurs were all walking around with the same thought processes and approach to business. We'd never innovate. At the core of entrepreneurship is the idea of individualism. You Can't Manufacture Risk Takers
  34. 34. Individualism is not an attribute that is encouraged in the classroom setting and it never will be. It would force a learning environment with limited curriculum because in an environment that cultivates the growth of individuals, there's no way to appropriately grade each individual student. Are you supposed to give one kid an "A" because his idea and business plan worked, but then you give another kid an "F" because theirs didn't? 34
  35. 35. Methodologies Will Be Outdated Before Graduation 35
  36. 36. You Can’t Teach Entrepreneurism Part 2 Selling products and services is less about having the greatest quality or the best solution. It's more about having distribution and the best marketing. Gaining distribution comes down to building relationships, pounding the pavement and closing deals, and marketing comes down to connecting with the consumer's deepest emotional wants, needs and desires. In this day and age with mass media proving to be less and less effective, businesses that are doing well are utilizing alternative marketing methods. They're building their email lists, social media following and they're prioritizing their customer experience. 36
  37. 37. The Rapid Pace of Innovation Since marketing continues to evolve at such a rapid pace the notion that you can learn how to market a business in a classroom is downright laughable. Before you graduate the game will have changed 10 times over. What you previously learned for four years will no longer be as effective or relevant. This is even true for distribution. Since the barriers to entry for an entrepreneur have become smaller and smaller, more and more companies are selling their products or services online. This allows entrepreneurs to cut out the retail middle man and sell direct to the consumer, so while you're wasting your time in college learning models and theories; they'll all be obsolete no matter what part of the entrepreneurial ladder they rest on. 37
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  39. 39. You Can’t Teach Entrepreneurism Part 3 The most prominent entrepreneurs never studied the field. 39
  40. 40. We could make a page-long list with the names of entrepreneurs that didn't graduate from college or get a degree in entrepreneurship. We could also use these people as examples for why learning entrepreneurship in the classroom is unnecessary and nonsensical. Many would retort that that list doesn't accurately reflect the full spectrum of entrepreneurs who are successful. We'd both be right. However, there's something to be said about the fact that most of the world's most successful entrepreneurs never studied entrepreneurship in the classroom. There's also something to be concerned about when we try to manufacture entrepreneurs the way we manufacture employees. I believe it will destroy the allure and beauty of entrepreneurship. 40
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  42. 42. College by default is the average person's Plan A and Plan B. Even when young adults aren't necessarily excited about going to college, they're pressured by their parents and they're told, "you need to graduate from college so you have something to fall back on." Entrepreneurs don't look for things to fall back on, and they're not fond of Plan Bs. They go all in. 42
  43. 43. What always drew us to entrepreneurship was the idea that you could pursue your dreams building a business and achieve success based purely on a good idea, providing something of value and busting your butt to bring it to the world. This entrepreneurial spirit keeps the playing field level, because at the core of entrepreneurship is the idea that anybody with an idea and the fortitude to push through can achieve success. This is why entrepreneurship can't and shouldn't be taught in the classroom, because the entrepreneurial environment of risk, change and individualism that makes entrepreneurs successful can't be taught, it must be experienced in the field. 43
  44. 44. And Most Importantly... 44
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  46. 46. CURRENT SOLUTIONS What is already being done to solve this problem is found where you would expect it, companies like Google, Uber and Techstars have created “startup factories.” This is a great idea... but what they lack, is availability Only Stanford and Ivy league grads are admitted to these startup factories. This causes a smaller field of ideas to choose from, and also can cause a diversity issue, both in gender and race.
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  48. 48. Timeless Ventures will be a much less selective firm, as we will have our doors open to anyone who has a dream and who is willing to work for it. We want our firm to be as approachable as walking into a Starbucks. By creating this platform for everyone, what we’re going to get is something much, much more valuable than just cultural diversity. We are going to get the most diverse range of ideas imaginable. By helping kids develop ideas, helping kids market their product, helping kids create apps... the creations that come out of Timeless Ventures will be astonishing. Our Solution - The Best Solution 48
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  50. 50. The 10x Strategy Our goal is to create the most premier, high class startup factory in the world. We provide startups with hands-on mentorship, resources, a network of world class entrepreneurs, and up to $200,000 in seed capital. We are aiming to create a Venture Capital firm that is 10x more amazing, holistic, innovative and disruptive than anything else out there. With this idea... we are going to disrupt Venture Capital. It's a moonshot strategy pulled right out of the Larry Page ( the CEO of Google and the person who is hailed as the most ambitious person on the planet ) playbook. Create something 10x more innovative,.. and get 10x the profit. 50
  51. 51. It's rare, and it's definitely an exception to the rule. But... 51
  52. 52. But we firmly believe exceptional companies are built by exceptional people. And at Timeless Ventures... we sure are a group of exceptional people. 52
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  54. 54. What is a Startup Factory? 54 DIGITAL STRATEGY We do the research and develop the strategies that best represent your brand and will reach your target market. Here are the Services that Timeless Ventures Offers ENTREPRENEURSHIP Our entrepreneurship training is the perfect way to move your company forward – we cover everything from how to pitch to making a business plan. Anything a founder needs, we have. ACCELERATION The Accelerator works together with Timeless tech entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to ventures with validated business models, paying customers and established partnerships. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Learning how to sell and make connections will take your company from 0 to 1. Skilled business developers will teach people the most effective ways to do this. WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT We create websites that match customers brand personality. We help people let their customers know what you’re about and sell your product online.
  55. 55. Startup Factory ( Continued ) 55 DIGITAL MARKETING Our marketing experts and Timeless advisers will walk people through developing marketing strategies to reach their target audience. MENTORING Our team of mentors will coach and guide new Founders through the steps to becoming a successful Timeless Ventures company. INCUBATION Our incubator works with Founders to grow and develop Timeless businesses that are going to change the global American landscape. Learn from people that have been there. SEO & SEM Through a combination of advertising and keyword optimization, our expert marketers will help get you to the front of those search engines. FUNDRAISING We invest in ventures that we know are going to impact the global halal industry. Access to external investors is also provided to grow new companies.
  56. 56. The Timeless Ventures Startup Factory 56
  57. 57. 57 What Timeless Ventures Promotes With Our Startup Factory
  58. 58. As quoted by our founder and CEO, John - “I fully believe that one of the biggest values that we’re bringing, and I don’t see it talked about much in other accelerators, is the culture and community that we help you build around your startup. Money is important because it equates to time and runway. But it’s really about having a place where you can show up, and be better. And be much better off rather than doing it alone. Because entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey. We’re a family, and we do anything for our family. That’s just how it goes with our family.” 58
  59. 59. Startups... The Ultimate Job Creator There are almost 28 million small businesses in the US, and over 22 million are self employed with no additional payroll or employees “States and cities with job creation policies aimed at luring larger, older employers can’t help but fail because they are not based in realistic models of employment growth. Job growth is driven, essentially entirely by startup firms that develop organically.” –Kaufmann Foundation Research Series, Tim Kane, Kaufmann Foundation of Entrepreneurship 59
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  62. 62. We don’t sell anything. Rather... We create a platform for creation. Instead of profiting and charging ridiculous prices for classes that won't really help kids out anyways and putting kids into loads of debt... we make a profit by nurturing and investing in the future innovators and millionaires of our time. People who will do wonders for the city of Detroit, and the economy as a whole.
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  64. 64. When Co-Creation Becomes the Heart of Marketing, Companies Win Advertising and marketing are changing and more than ever, and it's the customers who are pulling the strings. The Internet has given customers ever-increasing powers to research, compare, and review brands, enabling both good and bad customer experiences to be broadcast to the world. This is proving challenging for many companies, who've always exercised so much control over their brand messages. But many brands are harnessing the power of the Internet and "social proof" by optimizing user-generated content (UGC). These are the brands that understand the power of co-creating their brand together with consumers and tapping into the creativity of their biggest fans. 64
  65. 65. Co-Creation and Loyalty The key to co-branding is to allow the audience to feel part of the campaign while retaining some control. This isn’t always an easy concept for brands to grasp: it requires bravery to put faith in voices beyond the office walls. But being brave can pay off. By giving millennials the opportunity to co- create, you’re automatically encouraging brand loyalty. By becoming directly involved with a brand, they gain a feeling of influence and control, while seeing that their input actually matters – thus this encourages them to continue to engage. 65
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  67. 67. Millennials can prove to be one of your most willing sources of ideas. As digital natives, they naturally expect a stage on which their voice can be heard, and are programmed to have access to choice. Co-creation allows for all this. 67
  68. 68. What is a Millennial? 68
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  71. 71. 71 Why They Matter
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  73. 73. 73 Purchases Millennials Won’t Make Without Co-Creation
  74. 74. Companies Using Co- Creation 74
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  76. 76. 76 There's some real competition to this, so anyone on board of the firm understands the importance of moving fast. The founder of Uber just launched a 50 million dollar fund... For the same idea. Techstars, a firm founded in Boston, just raised nearly 150 million, for the exact same idea. The founders of Andreeson Horowitz, the firm who is given credit for disrupting the entire landscape of Silicon Valley itself, raised nearly 2 billion dollars... for the exact same idea.
  77. 77. 77 When we say same idea... we mean at it's core. But based on every technical factor out there, they don't compare to what Timeless Ventures is. They are just regular venture capital firms. We are better. We are different. And we pride ourselves on that. We plan on franchising the heck out of this idea. We fully intend on creating Silicon Valleys... Everywhere.
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  79. 79. 79 Big Bang Disruption
  80. 80. The Wisdom of Big Bang 80
  81. 81. People + Infrastructure = Disruption 81
  82. 82. Under digital disruption, the digital infrastructure that companies like Apple and Google are building is relatively quick – Apple sold more than 140 million iPads in under three years, creating a kind of digital highway over which app developers could deliver a new experience. 82
  83. 83. So if people + infrastructure has always led to disruption, digital disruptors + digital infrastructure leads to digital disruption, the most powerful type of business innovation ever seen. 83
  84. 84. A Triple Threat ( Market Disruption ) 84
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  86. 86. TARGET MARKET Half of our target market at Timeless Ventures are people just like our founders. People who have too big of ideas and are just too ambitious to go to school. The other half is people who couldn’t afford to get a degree... even if they wanted to. We want to give those people a real opportunity to do something with their lives. With the right partners, and the right funding, Timeless Ventures will find, educate, and empower the next great thinker to become the next Mark Zuckerberg. He is out there... and he needs our help.
  87. 87. 87 The Next Zuck Needs Your Help!
  88. 88. Our product and services are more along the lines of an experience... The firm is very passionate about creating amazing experiences for people. Whether it be a free concert with people’s favorite artist, an awards show featuring all their favorite stars, or experiencing a platform designed specifically, not for them, but around them. Above all else... We are experiences designers. It's what we do best. We believe good experiences are the key to a fulfilling life. We are very passionate about it. And it shows, in our work, and ideas. 88
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  91. 91. 91 Timeless Music Tour
  92. 92. Top Brands Use Concerts as Marketing People from all walks of life engage with music in their every day routines. Music brings out positive feelings within humans and ultimately makes people feel good. Brands are increasingly beginning to interact with consumers through the music medium, in order to turn good feelings into a positive brand experience. Brands are using music as a way to connect with their consumers now more than ever. In fact, U.S. music fans feel much more favorable toward brands that engage them through their favorite tunes. 92
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  94. 94. Brands With Concert Marketing 94
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  102. 102. Timeless... The Best Customer Experience in Town Timeless Ventures offers a branded consumer experience unlike any other. An idea already adopted by established companies like Techstars, we are taking it a step further with innovative marketing and branding, and by having our doors open to everyone, with a willingness to nurture not just the Harvard grads.
  103. 103. 103 Timeless Lifestyle Brand... Creating Passion With Every Person We Touch
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  105. 105. In the old world, you devoted 30% of your time to building a great service and 70% of your time to shouting about it. In the new world, that inverts. -Jeff Bezos 105
  106. 106. Partnerships
  107. 107. Meet Our Wonderful Partners! 107
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