Investors are a breed apart. They need little information and more confidence. They look forward to fewer details in your business plan and pitch. The concerns that they seek to be addressed are:-
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The presentation should invariably cover the above points. It is not only what is said but how is it communicated that is important to impress the investor. The six secret steps involved in communicating your business plan to are-
The key to a good presentation is the result, and an investor’s probability of investing can be gauged only by his or her interest in the business and the numbers related to it. If the investor had a good number of questions answered intelligently to satisfaction, you can consider yourself to have done good job.
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