You go in front of investors, you tell them about your business or business concepts, your plans, your current sales (if any) and you tell them about your projected revenue. How hard could it be? Obviously, based on the number of startups and businesses that fail to get funding, pitching in front of investors is a very tricky business.
Following are tips on how you can elicit the interest from investors, without turning them off with long-winded presentation, over-zealousness and obvious desperation.
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Over to you..
Have you ever tried pitching your business to a potential investor or business partner? How did it go? Any takeaways from your experience that you want to share with the MACsWomen community? Please share your thoughts through the comments section below.
Hi! I'm Michelle Christie your online marketing coach, helping busy and overwhelmed business women maximize and monetize their business through proper planning and brand positioning to create profits.
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