- Avoid disappointing investor pitches by staying away from one of the most common mistakes.
- Focus on telling a captivating story that doesn’t get bogged down in quotes or stats.
- Keep it short and don’t shy away from addressing your competition.
Pitching investors in the hopes of landing funding is a stressful but necessary task when scaling your startup. But there has never been a more promising time to pitch investors.
“Venture capital’s record-breaking year in 2020 is great news not only for the industry, but also the broader economy,” Michael Chow, NCVA Director of Research, previously told Insider.