News and Articles About Pitching investors
Don't hide behind jargon. Seasoned investors know B.S. when they hear it.
To persuade investors to back your business, you must first start by conveying your belief in your message. The Esquire guy explains.
Too much crocodile salesman in your pitch? The Esquire guy helps you sharpen your skills.
A good concept is one thing, but investors are more likely to consider these three criteria -- and they can make or break your pitch
Consider these tips before you seek funding for your startup, whether from angel investors or VCs.
Inventors and entrepreneurs made their case on the debut episode of PBS's "Everyday Edisons" new season, but not all of them seemed quite ready to do so.
See how two inventors fared when they brought their children along to pitch the 'Sharks.'
Wooing investors is a challenge even for entrepreneurs who're enthusiastic about their business. Here are ten tips on how to craft your investor pitch.
The investor and 'Shark Tank' star took your questions in a live interactive discussion.
One of the sharks from ABC's hit entrepreneur reality show answers your questions about pitching, investing and what it's like in the shark tank.
Learning how to pitch investors is an invaluable skill. Avoid these blunders, which are sure to make a bad impression--and could kill the deal.
Entrepreneur and finance expert Asheesh Advani shares his best tips for finding capital in a difficult economy.
Shark Tank judge and angel investor Barbara Corcoran says being able to 'take a hit' is vital for entrepreneurial success. The show's stars hear 30 or more pitches a day and listen for passion and persistence as they make investment decisions.
Here's a look at some of the most crucial details you'll need to convince investors to fund your startup.
Here's a look at the biggest blunders and how to avoid them.
A look at the largest groups that fund startups, ranked by number of investors.
Venture-capital investor Guy Kawasaki talks about the best way to hook the interest of financial backers.
If you want to impress investors, you can pick up some pointers from the participants in this hot business-accelerator program.
Paul Graham spills: Why some companies get his cash and others don't
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