Every entrepreneur needs a value proposition statement for his or her startup that can hook potential investors and partners in less than a minute -- the short time you might join them in an elevator on the way to their offices. This may sound easy, but every investor I know is frustrated by wasted time listening to rambling, emotional pitches that are not to the point.
8 Common Elevator Pitch Blunders, and How to Fix ThemPosted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 2791 days ago
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