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Customer Retention. Automated

Windsor Circle takes the trophy at Google Demo Day

Posted by Polly Flinch on Apr 3, 2014 5:11:00 PM
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 Yesterday was an exciting day for Windsor Circle. As one of ten companies in North America selected to pitch at the first ever Google Demo Day, we were thrilled to be selected as the winner, particularly when pitted against Docalytics, GoSpotCheck, Kidizen, Automated Insights (our neighbors in Durham!), WeDeliver Mojio, MarkITx, iRule.

Matt Williamson, our CEO, pitched to over 100 investors and a panel of 3 judges, Steve Case (CEO of Revolution and founder of AOL), Steph Palmeri (SoftTech VC) and MG Siegler (Google Ventures) and brought home the gold for the Windsor Circle team. As a result of this win we have gotten some great news coverage from North Carolina based papers, such as the News&Observer and The Herald Sun, as well as more national coverage in the Washington Post.

Whether it was the green pants, the pitch, or a little bit of both we may never know, but I wanted to take a moment to look at some of the trends I noticed on social media:

Durham/Raleigh/Triangle Pride:

 The phrase "rolling up the worlds retention data" seemed to hit a spark...

Others took it as an opportunity to paraphrase trends they had seen from all the pitches:

Some agreed Matt Williamson, our CEO, has a great voice:

We even got some great advice on how to use the trophy:

But the most talked about thing? The green pants:

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