Congrats to Katelyn Lyster, co-founder of ReOrient Media, and her team!
By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0)
The countdown to our upcoming conference continues and so does the countdown of selected PITCH finalists who will be pitching live on stage in front of a panel of awesome investors in Vegas! Today we’ve reached number nine and are happy to announce the judges have chosen ReOrient Media, publisher of Infinite Canvas Tools.
The flagship product of the company, which was cofounded by Katelyn Lyster, Christopher Allen and Kalle Alm, is Infinite PDF, a tool that allows users to expand their existing presentations to add dimensionality, transitions and interactivity. Billed as easy-to-use, the tool allows you to import PDFs from Dropbox, the web, email or from another app, quickly create a core spine for your presentation and build branches above or below any topic to give it more depth.
The goal is never having to say the words, “I have it in my deck somewhere” again as users are empowered to engage their audiences in interactive conversations tailored specifically to them.
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Katelyn is the CEO of ReOrient Media — the publisher of Infinite Canvas Suite, a set of tools designed to help people communicate complex topics more effectively. Katelyn’s two co-founders, Christopher Allen and Kalle Alm, are well-seasoned in creating innovative technologies. Christopher and Kalle created SynchroEdit.com (a simultaneous editor for the web). Christopher helped develop SSL (Secure Socket Layer) with Netscape and co-authored the IETF TLS internet-draft that is now at the heart of all secure commerce on the World Wide Web.
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Jessica Stillman (@entrylevelrebel) is an editor at Women 2.0 and a freelance writer with interests in unconventional career paths, generational differences, and the future of work. She writes a daily column for Inc.com and has blogged for CBS MoneyWatch, GigaOM and Brazen Careerist, among others.
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