John Livesay Partners With Judy Robinett, Launches Global Network Of Investors And Startup Founders In Private Facebook Group

John Livesay, host of the podcast, The Successful Pitch, partners with #1 best selling author Judy Robinett to create private Facebook group ecosystem for global investors and successful startup founders to network and get their startup funded fast.

John Livesay, host of The Successful Pitch podcast and Judy Robinett, Inc., #1 best selling author of How to Be A Power Connector, announced today the collaborative launch of The Successful Pitch Podcast Guest Group private Facebook group for guests of The Successful Pitch podcast, allowing guests access to an exclusive network of global investors and successful founders who share insights and criteria to becoming insiders in the world of getting funded.

“I am thrilled to have Judy Robinett, with her expertise in funding and connecting people, as my co-host of the Facebook group,” says Livesay. “The venture capital experience and relationships she brings to the table is what makes her known as the woman with the ‘Titanium Rolodex.’ Who knows? Maybe our guests will get to know each other so well they end up funding one or more startups.”

The creation of the The Successful Pitch Podcast Guest Group Facebook network models Judy’s book concept of being in the “right room” with key players to accelerate entrepreneurs and investors business goals. While many founders and investors may network within their own city, they don’t know or have introductions to key investors in their industry nationally let alone globally. Livesay’s The Successful Pitch podcast hosts guests worldwide.

“Partnering with John Livesay was easy, as his network of expert guests spans the globe from key players like Australia’s Alan Jones at BlueChilli Group, Israel’s Danny Cohen at Carmel Ventures to London’s Lex Deak at QVentures, making him a true power connector,” said Robinett.

Additionally, Livesay is contributing to Robinett’s new mastermind, “Crack The Funding Code,” where she is accepting qualified startup founders in an exclusive mentorship to assist them in getting their startup funded fast.

About John Livesay

As a funding strategist, John Livesay helps CEOs craft a compelling pitch that engages investors in a way that inspires them to join a startup’s team. He is the Pitch Mentor at Startfast.net, the number one accelerator in Upstate New York. After a successful 20 year career in media sales with Conde Nast where he worked across all 22 brands in their corporate division [GQ, Vanity Fair, Wired, W and Vogue] and created integrated programs for clients such as Lexus, Hyundai and Guess, John won salesperson of the year in 2012 across the entire company. John’s book, The 7 Most Powerful Selling Secrets and has been translated into Spanish and Russian. John has a B.S in Advertising from the University of Illinois.

About Judy Robinett

Judy Robinett is the author of How to Be a Power Connector: The 5-50-150 Rule, released by (McGraw-Hill, 2014), and the coauthor of a chapter in Crowdfunding for Dummies by Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best, and Zak Cassady-Dorion (Wiley, 2013). Robinett has served as the CEO of both public and private companies and in management positions at Fortune 500 companies, as well as serving on the advisory boards of Illuminate Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California; Pereg Ventures, a venture capital firm based in New York; Springboard Enterprises based in Washington, DC.

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