How's your 'elevator pitch'? What? You don't have one? Big mistake!
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Founders can't just present a pitch deck to investors and think they will get funding. They need to be prepared for all sorts of questions.
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Many entrepreneurs want to go directly to the source the moment an idea strikes or at the first sign of growth, but you need to first prove the business to yourself before asking others to believe in it.
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To capture the attention of people who can accelerate your business, and ultimately open their wallets, you must master your investor pitch.
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