-How not to waste time on pitching the wrong investors? -How to deliver a message? -7 pitching rules
Find out how to get the answers you want without getting the company line.
If you want to get funded, you’d better have answers to these three essential questions investors ask themselves.
Preparation can mean the difference between securing funding and being left high and dry. Here's how to make sure you've covered all your bases.
When you pitch a startup to angel investors, you want to get questions. If you don’t get questions then your pitch fell flat—so plan on answering questions!
Asking for an introduction to an investor without explaining why the investor will be interested reflects very poorly on you.
There are no shortcuts to building a solid network of engaged investors.
Remember that the golden rule to selling your business concept is to "under-promise and over-deliver."