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Pitch deck
The 5 Slides You Should Have in Your Pitch Deck

The pitch deck has to be tastefully designed in order to help you achieve the desired results and to present your startup, business plan and even your company vision in the right way. There are many things that you should consider when you create pitch deck for your next pitch: the number of slides, their…

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Body language
Can Bad Body Language Ruin Your Pitch?

There are many ingredients of a perfect pitch. Some of them are least important than others, yet there are some small details, which can turn your pitch into disastrous situation if you overlook them. Don’t let a small detail to ruin your pitch and make sure that you think and prepare everything for the big…

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Three Reasons to Follow Up After Meeting with Investors

All entrepreneurs know that it is never easy to arrange a meeting with prominent investor. This is why one of the biggest opportunities, which networking and pitching events present to all startup teams, precisely the opportunity to meet with notable investors, is good enough reason to attend as many of these events as you could.

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Changing Perspective: Pitching Through the Eyes of Investors

One of the key ingredients of a successful pitch is the right preparation, which always need to include a research on the investors that you are going to pitch in front of. Knowing your audience is key element of success – it gives you better chances of including the right elements in your pitch. Knowing…

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Public speaking
Become Better at Pitching: Build Your Public Speaking Confidence

Fear of public speaking is very common and can be baneful for every entrepreneur’s attempt to raise money for their startup through pitching. Building your public speaking confidence doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a long way of practice and learning to control the fear of presenting in front of others before you are able to…

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Pitch Perfectly: 5 Qualities Investors Look for in Entrepreneurs

It takes hours of practice to prepare a five minute pitch, but these are some of the most valuable for the future of your startup hours that you spend. It doesn’t matter if you are pitching investors or presenting your business to potential partners or customers – mastering the art of public speaking and mastering…

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7 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Investors

Undoubtedly, failure is inevitable part of success. This does not mean that entrepreneurs should seek failure. Failure itself is useless if there is no lesson learned. From the beginning of their startup venture, all entrepreneurs in one way or another have to pitch their businesses. And this is the place where they start making mistakes….

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TED Talks
Speak Your Way to Success: 3 TED Talks that Will Help You Become Better at Pitching

As an entrepreneur, you are to have many different opportunities to showcase your business and to grab the attention of investors, clients and business partners. Improving your conversational skills is one of the most important steps that you should take before you go to your next networking event. Having good conversations is important part of…

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Pitching events
12 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Should Attend Pitching and Networking Events

Attending networking and pitching events plays a tremendous part in the lives of almost all entrepreneurs. Here we will leave aside the main and most obvious reasons why entrepreneurs should attend networking events and pitching events, such as: Meeting with investors and having the enormous opportunity to present your startup in front of them and…

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10 Do’s and Don’ts When Pitching Investors

Pitching investors is important part of the lives of all entrepreneurs. It is essential part of having a successful and productive connection with VCs and angel investors. The ultimate goal for all entrepreneurs, who want to establish good relationships with potential investors, is to manage to get their attention. To be memorable is the key…

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