Introduction to Pitch to Potential Investors / Incubators

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Guide on things to look out for in a pitch to potential investors.

1. Body Language

Look Professional. Pitching begins at the Entrance (the moment you walk into the room). Stand and sit up straight, good and open posture, feel confident. Make sure your body language matches up with your pitch. Smile and shake hands confidently. Give and receive compliments politely. Be the most likable person – pitching is never successful if you are not likable.

2. Visual

Prepare a few simple slides for presentation. Include only keywords and graphics.

Don’t put too many words in the Presentation. Do not read from the slides.

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Business > Debt / Equity Investment and Capital Raising > Business Plan / Pitch to Investors

 
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