Pitching Support

Grab Their Attention, Focus on the Solution and get the Financials Right

Before you get into the details of your pitch, grab your audience’s attention with a summary of what you do and what you are looking for. This should be less than a minute long. Adapt and learn this and you can also use it as an “elevator pitch” to introduce your value proposition when meeting with investors for the frst time.

– Have you practiced and timed your presentation?
– Dress Smart: You’re representing your company
– Do you feel confident that you know everything, particularly the financials
– First impressions count so make sure you smile and be confident in your body language
– Remember not to get flustered or try to belittle or embarrass the investor

Pitch Deck

During your preparation also make a list of questions, thinking in terms of the hard questions you may be asked, as well as the simplier ones and spend some time composing suitable answers so that you are not caught off guard and can answer clearly, concisely and confidently.

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