President's or Dean's Speaker Series Track

Have your dean or president interview your institution's top alumni entrepreneurs worldwide via webcam and share it with alumni and students communities.


  • Involve and engage top alumni entrepreneurs who could be future financial supporters.
  • Inspire students with success stories of individuals who were sitting in their same seat.
  • Tear down geographic barriers and reach populations who were previously not engaged.

What We Offer

We leverage our expertise and systems so all you have to do is identify alumni entrepreneur(s) to interview.

  • Create marketing materials templates.
  • Setup RSVP system and follow up with marketing emails.
  • Send proper equipment to dean and entrepreneur.
  • Prep dean and entrepreneur immediately before event.
  • Collect video and photos to be included in broadcast.
During Event
  • Ensure proper production and switching between shots.
  • Troubleshoot any technical challenges.
  • Moderate chat with participants.
  • Co-emcee the event with a Virtual Speaker Series co-founder who knows what questions to ask based on engaging with tens of thousands of aspiring young entrepreneurs (optional)
Post Event
  • Turn broadcast into full video, video clips, audio, book (includes biography, summarized notes, and transcript), and teaching materials that can be used by in the classroom or shared as physical or digital archives.

To learn more, contact co-founder, Michael Simmons, and 800-930-8021, ext. 704.

Learn More

To learn more, contact co-founder, Michael Simmons, and 800-930-8021, ext. 704.


“We brought the Virtual Speaker Series into our Intro to Small Business Management class. We have lots of great local entrepreneurs in Las Vegas, but we chose to bring in the Virtual Speaker Series because the speakers are young and can really relate to the students. The professor loved bringing in real entrepreneurs into the classroom. I loved building a relationship with the professor and promoting our upcoming business plan competition. The students were engaged the whole presentation and asked lots of great questions.”

Janet Runge, Director,
Entrepreneurship Center, UNLV