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10 Blog Posts That Will Change The Way You Think About Pitching to Investors

Underestimating the importance of investor pitching is one of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make. Many argue that spending the time on product development is more effective than attending pitching and networking events. This understanding is very limiting for the startup.

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How to Gain the Respect of Investors During a Pitch

There are many challenges that the entrepreneurs face when it comes to investor pitching. Getting the attention of the investors is difficult yet achievable, but gaining their respect during the pitch is something that not many entrepreneurs can easily accomplish. Young entrepreneurs, who are just starting their ventures and have no experience, are often underestimated…

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Problem vs. Solution Focused Investor Pitch Presentation

We are in constant need of products and services that solve important problems through innovation and technology, which is why most entrepreneurs lead their startup teams to work on finding solutions. Startups are built around an opportunity spotted by the founders and the most innovative ideas and projects are inspired by identification of a need…

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7 Phrases (+ one extra tip) That Investors Really Want to Hear in Your Pitch

The process of crafting the perfect pitch is long and passes different stages. From collecting all needed data and arranging it in presentation slides through practicing the whole pitch and polishing the last details before the big day – it is all a truly exciting journey. During the process of development, many entrepreneurs make significant…

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Investor Pitch Tips: Data Beats Design

During The Pitcher event, every entrepreneur/startup team has 5 minutes guaranteed to present their businesses in front of the investors along with 5 more minutes for a Q&A session. Many entrepreneurs feel intimidated by the timer and often forget that in the world of startup pitching five minutes count as a whole eternity. But only…

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How to Cultivate Lasting Relationships with Your Investors

Business is much about relationships – the ones with your clients, with your team members, with the partners truly matter, but especially interesting and important are the relationships with the investors. Attracting the right investors to a startup is widely discussed topic among entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, who are persuasive pitchers, exclusive networkers and skilled salespeople, have…

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The Most Common Startup Funding Myths

Successful startups have many things in common, but also have many differences, making them unique, competitive and innovative. Building a company from scratch is not an easy job – it requires much more than talent and hard work. Even though there isn’t one recipe to follow, the key ingredients of startup success are easy to…

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Effective Ways to Clearly Explain Your Business Idea to Anyone

One of the ingredients that guarantee the success of your business pitch is simplicity. Many entrepreneurs and small business owners struggle to effectively introduce their companies to potential investors and clients, because they make the presentation too complicated. It is extremely difficult, especially for entrepreneurs, who work on the development of complex tech-oriented businesses. The…

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Decode Pitching: 4 Signs that an Investor is Interested in Your Startup

Pitching events bring tremendous amount of opportunities to the entrepreneurs. All startups that are presenting on stage have the chance to win the attention of the investors, which can lead to many positive outcomes and securing funding is just one of them. But how can “a pitcher” know if they are going in the right…

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How Attending Pitching Events Improve the Chances of Investment

Investors don’t only look for the business aspects when they choose a startup to invest in, but also are very interested in the entrepreneur’s personality and abilities when they make their investment decisions. They are able to effectively observe and efficiently estimate the potential of a startup, especially when their judgment is backed by solid…

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