Monthly Archives: August 2011

10 Things to Include in Your Startup Pitch Presentation I

6. Marketing/Sales You’ll want to show the market size for your product. This can include profiles of target customers, but be prepared to answer questions about the cost of acquiring these customers. Not knowing this information is a red flag … Continue reading

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10 Things to Include in Your Startup Pitch Presentation

When you pitch to investors or venture capitalists, assume that you are not going to have a lot of time. Investors constantly get pitched, so it’s important to catch their attention quickly and engage them by keeping it simple. Here, … Continue reading

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Greatest Enemy of Today’s Entrepreneur- Wishful Thinking

It’s been said that in warfare, the greatest enemy of victory is wishful thinking. The same can easily be said for today’s entrepreneur. In its most basic definition, “wishful thinking” means believing something because of a desire that it be … Continue reading

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