Pitching Investors: Page 10
It's a tricky request that can sink a pitch before anyone ever hears it.
He knew a very simple thing about competition.
Like other markets, capital will become more of a commodity and increasing competition will force investors to lift their game, which I think is a good thing for founders says David Gowdey of Jungle Ventures
Every funding decision is a complex tradeoff between near-term and longer-term costs and paybacks, as well as overall ownership and control.
It is the expertise, experience, network and willingness to help and support the founders on their journey that will result in a high return on investment for any business angel.
To be held on 14 March, the day-long event will give you an opportunity to shape your ideas into successful startups
An avalanche of information is not what potential investors seek on the first meeting.
Go to that first meeting with an 'angel' prepared to ask the same questions you might ask on a first date.
Each kind comes with its own particular mission, so you should really strive to understand who you are dealing with
Unlike casting a wide net on your potential market, you'll need to definitely narrow down the list of probable investors
Shelly Bell is disrupting pitch competitions by bringing capital directly to underrepresented entrepreneurs.
Employees, customers and investors have their own needs
These coaches can give you some great tips on how to turn a one-minute elevator pitch into something more.