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Keep this in mind the next time you pitch an investor.
Investors are people, and people are attracted to those that exude confidence and competence.
By playing up the what, who, why and how, investors will have a better idea of why they should partner with your company.
To secure an investment, you need to capture the investor's heart, not just his mind.
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