Entrepreneur Voices on Elevator Pitches
Here are five strategies that early stage entrepreneurs can adopt as they begin fundraising for their company.
Deadlines can trigger FOMO and FOMO can trigger signing the papers.
Without you, your deck is just a memo with diagrams.
It's the often unseen trigger -- that invisible 'something' -- that gets them to bite. Seek it, use it, close the deal.
It might be your business plan, or your space in the market. Or, it could be you.
The first impression informs how you're thought of well beyond the first moment, so get it right.
Crowdfunding has witnessed some spectacular fails. Don't let your project be one of them.
Here are five things I learned from crowdfunding that prepared me to take the leap.
Use these translations to decode the three most common messages to understand what your investors are actually telling you.
Avoid the dreaded "balloon pitch."
Unless you are Elon Musk, raising capital is one of the hardest things you will ever have to do as a founder or CEO.
Avoid these mistakes and funding could be yours.