Launch Clinic with Edtech Startups

Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Virtual Event

At the  Launch Clinic, two Edtech startups will present a 15-minute pitch for feedback from our panel of experts + the audience.

Launch Clinics are a great place for startups to get constructive feedback on their pitch from a board-of-directors-level panel of experts and thoughtful audience members. The focus on early stage ventures encourages a sympathetic and supportive atmosphere. Audience and panel feedback often helps presenters understand their problems and offers useful tips and solutions.

Even if you’re not quite ready to present, we encourage entrepreneurs to attend the clinics to see what our panel of experts (investors and others) are looking for in a pitch, what kind of questions they ask and their suggestions for refining the business plan.


District Zero is a software services provider for a wellness-first learning system. By removing mental blockers, learners achieve personalized goals at an accelerated rate.

Uzair Hussain, Founder

Education Walkthrough is an informal teacher evaluation platform. Since launching in August 2019, the platform has 900+ users who have completed 3,000+ walkthroughs.

Adam Sobol, Founder and CEO


Seong Kim, VP Corporate Development and Strategy, Chegg

Jeff Klayman, Partner,  Nutter

Liam Pisano, Managing Partner, EduLab Capital Partners


Nikhil Pradhan, Associate, Foley & Lardner

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Events By Interest


Events By Audience

Public, MIT Community, Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff


startups, Entrepreneurship



$10, $5 for students, members are free

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