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How to write a clear problem statement for pitching a startup to investors
When you are pitching for a startup, you are one among hundreds. Your pitch should captivate from sentence no.1. You should also include a number which shows the magnitude of your problem statement. And how your solution will help this number. If I am a VC and I read a pitch which is ambling about social issues and problems, I tend to lose focus. And with social media these days, all of us have the focus time of a butterfly. 7 to 10 seconds at most. Let me show an example here: “What if a single, low cost solution could save the lives of 3 million breast cancer patients every year? Our mobile app based screening solution scans potential patients in 60 seconds flat; and we already have 3 hospitals’ commitment to use it” If the above ststement cannot catch a VC’s eye, nothing would. So, once again Captivate the reader from the first sentence Provide a number Provide a possibility Tickle their imagination Do this all in 7 seconds I hope this has helped you keywords how to create a pitch deck for investors, best pitch deck, create a pitch deck, airbnb pitch deck video, pitch deck examples, pitch deck tutorial, pitch deck design, investor pitch deck, pitch deck presentation, how to create a pitch deck, slidebean pitch deck, pitch deck outline, creating the perfect pitch deck, startup pitch deck template, startup pitch deck, pitch deck template, pitch deck, visme pitch deck entrepreneur elevator pitch, elevator pitch, business pitch, investitori, venture capital, investors, 60-second pitch
What do investors see in a startup?
I read this question on Quora about What do investors see in a startup? "Can anyone answer how when an investor invests or when we go to an investor? What are things which we have to prepare and like what amount does the investor invest?" (sic) I thought of answering it here as well: I think 3 major things that an investor wants to look at are 1. Your preparedness, ability and zeal to make the business happen. This is because he is not going to risk money on a bunch of guys who seem more interested in PUBG than making money, for him and themselves. 2. His exit possibilities and what is the shortest period in which he can multiply his money several times and have an exit 3. Your flexibility to adapt your business idea to money making. a lot of entrepreneurs suffer from my baby syndrome and they want to just stick to their own idea instead of being flexible enough to pivot continuously so as to make the business profitable. So once again. Your preparedness, ability and zeal to make the business happen His exit possibilities Your flexibility seed funding, seed funding for startups, seed funding explained, venture capital, startup funding, entrepreneurship, funding, startup, startup company, entrepreneur, business, vc, entrepreneurs, angel investors, angel investor, startups, series a, seed capital, angel investing, investors, how to start a business, venture capitalist, angel investors vs venture capitalists, capital, seed, private equity, venture, venture capitalists, angel investors explained, startup entrepreneurs
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Full Course-How to write an ebook
I believe that everyone has at least one book in them. Therefore, I have prepared this course to help everyone know the 'How' part of writing, editing, formatting and publishing the ebook. I have also included mostly free tools to help everyone save money and yet achieve the best results. You can buy this course and do it. It is 1hr 10 mins overall. I am also available for questions in case of doubts. You can just leave your questions with the chatbot.