You’ve crafted your pitch, you talk about your startup idea and founder story.
You’ve put together your pitch deck.
You’re getting ready to pitch to a big investor, one that could give you a runway for the next 12-18 months.
You think you nailed it.
But...the investor doesn’t invest?
Why not? You did everything right. Or did you?
A common mistake we see is Founders focus on the wrong things in the pitch - areas that are not priorities for investors. And they don't effectively craft a story.
Pitching is about storytelling, it's about communicating your startup's value proposition and founder story is essential to being able to close investment.
There's a science and an art to it.
In this session, our Entrepreneur in Residence Alex Miller runs through:
This event is for Founders planning to actively pitch to investors.
Accelerating Asia invests in startups with scalable technology solutions and revenue generating business models that combine purpose with profit.
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