Posts filed under: How to Pitch your Startup

No More Um’s, Uh’s and Filler Words – (Investor Pitch Survival Guide) Examples of Filler Words – It’s Not You it’s, “Um”, Them Why Do We Use Filler Words When We Pitch? Why Do We Use Filler Words like “Um”...
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Investor Pitch Practice (Pitching at 1 Million Cups) – Summary What is 1 Million Cups Attending 1 Million Cups As an Audience Member Attending 1 Million Cups As a Presenter Many Different Chapters Means Many Different Perspectives Get to Know Common...
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 How to Use Body Language During Pitches (Investor Survival Guide) – Summary Our body can be a huge source of distraction for our audience. This article will help us make our pitch more impactful and more valuable to our investors...
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Never Forget To Have a Backup of Your Pitch Deck: Our Investor Pitch Survival Guide Summary Make sure you have a back up of your presentation every single time you pitch Special Note on Fonts in Your Pitch Deck – THIS IS...
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 How Not to Freeze on Stage (Quick Tips) – Summary State of the Fear of Public Speaking in America Intro to Stage Fright Pitching Your Startup and Ditch Your Stage Fright A Mindset While Pitching How Stage Fright Affects us...
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Are you a competitive person? Do you like to win? To really win? Only first place will do for you, no sportsmanship awards around here. If you like the adrenaline of competing, are a founder of a startup or growth...
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Don’t Forget to Pause During Your Investor Pitch (Quick Tips) – Summary Pausing is Key to Your Investor Pitch Why Do I Need to Pause During My Pitch How to Improve Your Pitch with Pausing What’s Challenging About Pausing How...
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 What to Wear While Pitching (A Non-Fashionista Guide to Dressing to Impress Investors) – Summary Short Answer – Don’t Over Dress and Don’t Be Too Casual What works in corporate setting needs to stay there Startup Dress Code When a T-Shirt...
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New or expanding business? – check Substantial element of risk? – check (don’t lie, you’re still proving this model out) Need capital investment? – check If this sounds like you, then you might be a strong candidate for venture capital...
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What clicker do you recommend for my investor presentation? Hey everybody! Stacie here with Pitch Deck Fire and I’m so glad you guys have joined us for our pitch hack of the week. If you haven’t been with us before,...
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