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Are you ready to pitch your idea to investors? Make sure you have these essential elements!

Are you ready to pitch your idea to investors? Make sure you have these essential elements!

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    • The Startup Pitch:Essential Elements Jeanne Trojan @jmtcz
    • You havea brilliant idea.
    • You’ve gathereda talented team.
    • But, you lack thefunds to get started.
    • So, you need to pitch toinvestors.
    • There are elements you need in your pitch.
    • 1 clarity
    • Can you clearly explainthe problem you’re solving,
    • who your target market is,
    • what your solution isand how it works in practice?
    • Can you say it in one simple sentence?
    • 2credibility
    • What can youtell potential investors to make them trust you?
    • What have youaccomplished?
    • How is your team readyfor a successful project?
    • 3purpose
    • Why are you doing this?What do you want to happen?
    • What does success look like to you?
    • realism
    • Have you thought thisthrough in a practical sense?
    • How much traction can youreally expect in the first year?
    • Who is your competitionand how are you different?
    • contagious passion
    • You have an idea that’s going to change the world, right?
    • Show them howexcited you are!
    • Tell them why they should believe in your project.
    • Go ahead. Take a chance.
    • But, remember.
    • clarity
    • credibility
    • purpose
    • realism
    • contagious passion
    • Be outstanding.
    • Jeanne Trojan jmtcz.cz @jmtcz
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