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wotzy! Seed Presentation
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by thought leaders in
every field Pitched designs for Facebook's new headquarters using Prezi Business Will you join us? Stanford University Proponent of the
"Flipped" Classroom Uses Prezi in her classes in the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Why Share Videos? Education Leticia B Cavagnaro The Arts Peter Duffin Randy Howder CEO/Chief Eternal Optimist
Architecture for Humanity Nonprofit Cameron Sinclair Provides professional design services to community groups, NGOs, funding agents, social entrepreneurs and other nonprofits. Conference Tim Berners Lee World Economic Forum Davos 2010 Come see why we love what we do We play hard Our work environments are designed to inspire We work hard The Why. We get to live and work in two of the coolest cities on earth everybody zee you. In 2000, Adam began coding zoomable user interfaces (ZUI) to explore his ideas Adam Somlai-Fischer Renowned Architect and Visual Artist Scientist and Budapest University of Technology Professor Serial Entrepreneur CEO Peter Arvai CTO Prezi was founded by 3 innovators Peter Halacsy Prezi is an international company We now have over 100 employees in our San Francisco and Budapest offices, hailing from over 20 countries We opened our US office in San Francisco in fall 2009 Prezi launched in Budapest
in 2009 In Dec. 2011, Prezi raised
$14 million in Series B
financing led by Accel Partners The whole world is zooming Prezi is growing 2 new prezis are created every second by people in every country on earth Prezi operates on a freemium business model, which makes Prezi available to everyone and growing at a rate of over 1 million users a month The company has been cash-flow positive since year one TED Conferences invested in Prezi because of their common mission: Sharing
Great Ideas Mission Prezi is used
by thought leaders in
every field Pitched designs for Facebook's new headquarters using Prezi Business Stanford University Uses Prezi in her classes in the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Education Leticia B Cavagnaro The Arts Peter Duffin Randy Howder CEO/Chief Eternal Optimist
Architecture for Humanity Nonprofit Cameron Sinclair Provides professional design services to community groups, NGOs, funding agents, social entrepreneurs and other nonprofits. Conference Tim Berners Lee World Economic Forum Davos 2010 Come see why we love what we do We play hard Our work environments are designed to inspire We work hard We get to live and work in two of the coolest cities on earth Equal Opportunity we believe in But, since we cant fix the world... yet. wotzy! Our
Field We share videos online in order to
evoke a response from others.
This response can come in a variety of different forms; be it humor, appreciation, empathy, shock, and so on. In fact, often it does not matter which emotion has been evoked, just that a reaction has been stirred in the first place. Publicity. Validation is a large factor behind
the culture of sharing videos.
Part of what makes us human is that
we thrive on the validation of others.
When people approve, appreciate or relate to something that we have done or said, we feel good. Likewise, when we share a video that has amusing content, or a compelling message that others can relate to, we feel a sense of satisfaction. Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month
Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube
72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US
YouTube is localized in 43 countries and across 60 languages
In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or around 140 views for every person on Earth
500 years of YouTube video are watched every day on Facebook, and over 700 YouTube videos are shared on Twitter each minute
100 million people take a social action on YouTube (likes, shares, comments, etc) every week
More than 50% of videos on YouTube have been rated or include comments from the community
Millions of videos are favorited every day
Clicks on the ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ button on YouTube have doubled since the start of 2011. For every ‘dislike,’ we get 10 ‘likes’- people like to tell other people about the stuff they love. Over 1 Hour of Videos Every Secound !!! So, how can one get public??? Getting public is not easy Getting Public is tough. Makes it Easier wotzy! will create a new (addictive) way to share and discover videos online.
We believe that everyone deserve an equal chance of becoming a viral HIT. We Already Know... Mantra... Video LOVERS Community