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You created a product that you believe is awesome. Your next big hurdle? Convincing everyone else. Crushing your product demo is both an art and a science, and Jason breaks it all down for you here, step by step.
These tools are part of my UCI lecture on Awesome Startup Tools – Putting on the Show: great presentation tools you should know about as a startup founder.
Accelerators provide seed investment, mentorship, and the connections necessary for success. By the end of the program, companies that go through our accelerator for instance have found more value in the experience than the $50,000 we invested in them.
Watch the painful humor in the Hot Pepper Pitch… talk about gluttons for punishment!
5 deadly mistakes when pitching angel investors
A look at GridGain’s pitch for their in-memory computing platform…
An interview with Seth Goldstein, of The Secret of Raising Money and co-founder of DJZ
A prepared pitch ensures your startup doesn’t strike out
The Ultimate Pitch Deck for Startups
The Elevator Pitch and Beyond: Don Dodge, Developer and Startup Advocate for Google, discusses how to make a successful pitch.
A quick overview of four essentials for Startups: Customer Validation, Bootstrapping, Telling a Compelling Story, and the Pitch.
Reeves offers the following pitch deck to other entrepreneurs when they’re raising their first round of financing. It’s the template ZenPayroll used to raise $6.1 million.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/seed-round-pitch-deck-tempate-2013-8?op=1#ixzz2gXdlMbFa
Silicon Valley entrepreneur and venture capitalist, Guy Kawasaki, gave a speech at StartWorks, Silicon Valley in Spring 2008. This is part 3 in a 3-part series.
eGenerations Pitch deck presentation of How To Ask for 5 Million Dollars by Nathaniel Adam Briggs.
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