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Seven Creative Ways to Reach Out to Investors

Finding investors for your startup is not an easy task. There are many entrepreneurs out there, who are also looking, so you need to step up your game. To get one step ahead of anybody else, you need to get creative. Here are 7 tips that can help you reach out to investors that don’t…

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Three Beyond-Money Investment Motivators You Should Know About

VCs and angel investors trust entrepreneurs with their money on daily basis. The return in cash, of course, is the main motivator (most of the times) behind their investments, yet there are other powers that keep the investors active in the very risky and highly-competitive startup environment.

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Embrace This U.S. Navy Principle To Get Better At Pitching Your Entrepreneurial Idea

To be a successful entrepreneur, you need to be able to communicate your business idea effectively not only in front of the investors but also in front of your partners, customers, your team members and even to your co-founders. People, who know how to be persuasive, have the advantage when it comes to presenting their…

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Intuition
Three Intuition-Driven Decisions That Can Save Your Startup

Taking important decisions on a daily basis is something normal for every entrepreneur, yet this constant pressure and wondering if you are making the right choice can be really stressful. Different people have different decision-making style and embrace the process or taking a decision according to it.

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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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Investors
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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