Renowned entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki breaks down how to pitch to investors in just 10 slides.
We caught up with judges of this annual competition to find out what works and what doesn't.
Whatever your preferred social media weapon of choice, there's an equally valuable "pitch style" associated with it.
Both entrepreneurs and competition judges focus too much on the product, forgetting that customers and staff are more important.
Introducing your company succinctly and persuasively requires a ton of work and preparation but has to seem effortless to make the right impression.
Subtle shifts in emphasis and focus can have a big effect on how you are perceived by the people you need to listen to you.
Desktop personal assistant Cubic has raised more than $100,000 on Indiegogo -- and found a brilliant way to pitch a reporter.
There is a way to get your pitch in the small pile that actually gets read – and ends up as stories. It just takes a few insider secrets.
While many entrepreneurs would love to be in the Targets and Walmarts of the world, it can be an extremely stressful time.
While often captivating, repetitive, and a bit cheesy, there's a lot any sales professional can learn from infomercials about pitching a product.
Techstars, AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur are working together on a bi-monthly pitch night.
Keep this in mind the next time you pitch an investor.
Delivering a great startup pitch is akin to performing an outstanding monologue. Follow these simple tips to give yours its highest impact.
Salespeople that focus on consultative selling behaves more like a consultant, giving genuinely useful advice to customers, rather than a salesman en route to bigger commissions.