“As a venture capitalist, I have to listen to hundreds of entrepreneurs pitch their companies. Most of these pitches are crap!”Guy Kawasaki
You’re burning out, literally. Now ask yourself this question: What’s more important to you… spending the next 100 hours selling your product, or the next 100 hours selling your company?
If you answered company – welcome, to the world of private equity and venture capital investing.
But are you going to let a crappy pitch ruin your chance of getting funded (which btw is roughly 2%)?
You see, I’ve been on the other side of the deal table, listening to pitches like yours. I did that for over a decade as a professional private equity investor and venture capitalist. And I can tell you this… investors don’t have the time to educate you on how money flows. You’re expected to know things. Unfortunately, quite often you don’t think like an investor, that’s not your fault… it’s because you’re not an investor – you’re an entrepreneur.
I get it. You have the best company in the world, investors should be jumping over themselves to court you. But maybe you haven’t heard of the “last mile failure”. Let me explain.
Imagine you have a fiber optic cable that pipes the internet at blazing speeds. All the way to your house, the line is fine. But inside your house, the wiring is damaged… your internet speeds are going to be a disaster, no matter what! That’s exactly what could be happening to your pitch right now.
I’m often amazed at how much effort entrepreneurs put into their business and how little attention they give their pitch deck. It’s the most important document in their business.
Maybe they just don’t know how important it is.
But now you do. And you’re probably wondering how you can make it better. How you can plug its holes. How you can get it to the point where it finally does your business justice, so you can 10x your growth.
Ok, before you pitch your next investor, allow me to save you hundreds of hours, mind-numbing headaches and countless unanswered questions. Even if you’re a seed, startup, scaleup or growth company – you’ll find the lessons in this program invaluable.
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