Seeking MindManager Entrepreneur & New Business Venture Customers

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Mindjet

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July 11, 2007

Mindjet is looking for MindManager customer entrepreneurs and intrepreneurs (those exploring new business ventures within enterprises), to participate in an upcoming Mindjet webinar on July 25th with Christine Comaford-Lynch, author of “Rules for Renegades."

Christine will select a few lucky customers and provide them with complimentary mini business pitch critiques – live on our webinar. Christine regularly publishes pitch critiques as a contributing editor in BusinessWeek Small Biz. To read more about Christine’s pitch critiques, regularly valued at $2,095, click here.  

If you’re interested in submitting an application, please email Gaelen O’Connell at: gaelen.oconnell@mindjet.com.

For more on Christine Comaford-Lynch and to sign up for Mindjet’s "Rules for Renegades: Breakthrough Innovation from Basements to Boardrooms" webinar, visit us at this link 
 

4 Responses to “Seeking MindManager Entrepreneur & New Business Venture Customers”

  1. Jeff Lester

    Oh, man. Sorry for the triple post. I know I said I lacked any programming ability, but normally I can work a comments field!

  2. Jeff Lester

    Sorry, this is off-topic but I recently started using Mindmanager and love it.

    I thought of a cool MindManager app and, lacking any programming ability whatsoever, thought I’d offer it up to you guys: wouldn’t it be great to have an extension for Mindmanager that read the folder structure of your hard drive and then presented it in Mindmap format?

    For extra functionality coolness, it’d be great if the links worked down to the file level, and you could move your folders to new locations by moving them in Mindmanager. But just having the visual map of my drive, where my eye can scan for errant folders and forgotten files, would be hugely helpful. And it seems like an app that would be much appreciated by all your Mindmanager clients.

  3. Jeff Lester

    Sorry, this is off-topic but I recently started using Mindmanager and love it.

    I thought of a cool MindManager app and, lacking any programming ability whatsoever, thought I’d offer it up to you guys: wouldn’t it be great to have an extension for Mindmanager that read the folder structure of your hard drive and then presented it in Mindmap format?

    For extra functionality coolness, it’d be great if the links worked down to the file level, and you could move your folders to new locations by moving them in Mindmanager. But just having the visual map of my drive, where my eye can scan for errant folders and forgotten files, would be hugely helpful. And it seems like an app that would be much appreciated by all your Mindmanager clients.

  4. Jeff Lester

    Sorry, this is off-topic but I recently started using Mindmanager and love it.

    I thought of a cool MindManager app and, lacking any programming ability whatsoever, thought I’d offer it up to you guys: wouldn’t it be great to have an extension for Mindmanager that read the folder structure of your hard drive and then presented it in Mindmap format?

    For extra functionality coolness, it’d be great if the links worked down to the file level, and you could move your folders to new locations by moving them in Mindmanager. But just having the visual map of my drive, where my eye can scan for errant folders and forgotten files, would be hugely helpful. And it seems like an app that would be much appreciated by all your Mindmanager clients.