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6 Ways to Build Trust with US-Based Investors

Today’s guest post is by Eyal Bino, Founder CEO of the World Wide Investor Network. If you are a founder of an innovative technology startup from outside the US, you know exactly what I’m talking about. The geographic distance, the difference in the business culture, the contacts (or lack of them), the cost, the time […]

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The Investor Pitch: Balancing Optimism and Risk

Optimism is a quality that is present in every successful entrepreneur. Without optimism, entrepreneurs would not take the huge risks they do, to bring their dreams to life. Without optimism, entrepreneurs would find it impossible to raise funding from Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists. it is optimism and iron clad self-belief that enables entrepreneurs to cope with frequent rejection […]

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Four Rules For Powering Up Your Video / Virtual Investor Pitch

Increasingly entrepreneurs are using ‘video pitches’ as a way of trying to increase the impact of their investor pitch. At the same time Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists are encouraging startups to ‘virtual pitch’ them. In our new world of e and virtual communications this is a logical step that brings clear advantages. Studies have […]

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How One High School Lesson Can Help Your Investor Pitch

I was reminded of the importance of never looking ‘desperate for funding’ when I recently met with a couple of friends who happen to be seasoned Angel Investors. Between them they have invested in more startups than I have had weekends off, so they think and look long and hard before making an investment, no […]

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Why You Must Know Your TAM When Raising Startup Funding

One of the most common mistakes entrepreneurs make when trying to raise business funding from Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists, is to talk in terms of ‘market size’ rather than Total Addressable Market (TAM). Get this wrong and a potential investor may conclude that either you are trying to mislead them by suggesting your revenue […]

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Why Your Investor Pitch Must Focus on the Past and the Future

There used to be a time, not so long ago, when an entrepreneur could secure funding on the basis of an investor presentation that focused on what would be achieved, rather than what had been achieved. Times have changed and investors are far more risk averse and skeptical. This means investor pitches must be refocused to include […]

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