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The Importance of Market Research for Startups

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There’s nothing new under the sun! If there’s one thing you take away from this post, please let it be that! I don’t care how innovative you think your idea is, there is a 99.9% likelihood that someone has thought of it before and tried to do something about it. The iPhone wasn’t the first smartphone and Facebook wasn’t the first social media site to ever exist.

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It comes with a free directory of Top Investors. Another excellent Growthink product.

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a good read year 12, jus as we are about to begin market research...

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The 36-Second Story that Won DreamPitch – Show and Sell – Medium

The 36-Second Story that Won DreamPitch – Show and Sell – Medium | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

Last week, three startup finalists pitched a panel of celebrity judges at #DreamPitch 2017. Each had 5 minutes to make their case. Meanwhile, I was paring down Stick’s pitch from 10 minutes to 5. No...  Read more: click image or title.

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A great lesson in communication. Excellent example.

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A Non-Designer’s Guide to Creating Memorable Visual Presentations

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A free 120-page illustrated guide for non-designers on how to create stunning slide decks, with dozens of visual examples, cheat sheets, and step-by-step...  Read more: click image or title.

 

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Quality free information with great tips and how to do presentations right.

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The Next Billion-Dollar Startups 2017

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Every year for the past three, Forbes has gone looking for 25 young U.S. firms with a strong shot at reaching a valuation of $1 billion. We scrutinized companies’ track records and business plans, and quizzed founders, investors, customers and competitors. Read more: click image or title.

 

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New #startups well on their way to make it big.

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Announcing the shortlist for Elevator Pitch LIVE 2017

Announcing the shortlist for Elevator Pitch LIVE 2017 | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

We’ve selected startups working in AdTech/MarTech, FinTech, HealthTech, PropTech and Cybersecurity.

We’re pleased to announce the shortlist for this year’s Elevator Pitch Live competition – our quest to find the top rising technology stars in UK tech – sponsored by Kreston Reeves, Cisco and Stirling Ackroyd to name a few.

We’ve selected startups working in AdTech/MarTech, FinTech, HealthTech, PropTech and Cybersecurity.

The selected participants, which will be pitching on stage to a panel of expert judges, fellow startups and the public on 26th September in London, are as follows: Read more: click image or title.

 

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The first step to obtaining #seedfunding: the #InvestorPitch

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Seven Great Funding Opportunities For Female Entrepreneurs

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Know what you want from the funding opportunity before you pursue it.

Every entrepreneur is challenged to find investors or funding platforms that can help finance their startup. However, one of the most recent movements within the startup community is to help more female entrepreneurs, which has made getting funding a little bit easier for women. This is an ideal time to take your business idea to the next level thanks to an incredible number of avenues you should know about. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Please check, great sources for women in business. 

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Funding Conditions for Tech Startups Soar to a New Record

Funding Conditions for Tech Startups Soar to a New Record | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
An index tracking business conditions for U.S. private companies surged 44 percent from a year earlier.

The Bloomberg U.S. Startups Barometer, which tracks the business conditions for U.S.-based private technology companies, reached a record high. A 44 percent increase from a year earlier was driven by a surge in the number of businesses that raised money for the first time, reflecting investors' appetite to back the riskiest companies. The index, which goes back to 2007, doesn’t account for the frenetic days of the dot-com bubble. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Conditions for #funding are still positive. 

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Startup Fundraising: The Pitch Deck and Financial Modeling - Techstars

Startup Fundraising: The Pitch Deck and Financial Modeling - Techstars | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

As you prepare for your fundraising effort, you need to get the basic tools of the trade completed before you start the process. In part one of this post, we covered traction and the executive summary. In this post, we will dive into pitch decks that will raise capital and financial models. The goal is … Read more: click image or title.

 

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The second part of this article by Techstarts on #Fundraising

 

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The second part of this article by Techstarts on #Fundraising

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The 10 Things NOT To Do When Pitching a Venture Capitalist

The 10 Things NOT To Do When Pitching a Venture Capitalist | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
  • This article is instead about what I’ve learned pitching venture capitalists for Ellevest

  • While one might be tempted to try to avoid the VC path – and there are an increasing number of ways for entrepreneurs to raise money, such as angel groups and crowdfunding – for now, if you’re raising above a certain amount, you’re going to have to go the venture capital route. And I’m hoping that maybe – just maybe – VCs will work to up their game with women entrepreneurs, and so there will be greater funding opportunities. Some already are.

    So here are some of my lessons learned about asking-for-money don’ts:  Read more: click image or title.

 

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An article written by and for women it offers great advice on how to #pitch your message to #VC companies.

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20 Creative Presentation Ideas That Will Delight Your Audience

20 Creative Presentation Ideas That Will Delight Your Audience | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

We’ve seen it before—the speaker standing behind a podium, droning on and on in a monotone voice, with a boring bullet-point slide behind them. It’s all well and good to scoff at them, but then we think about our own projects, and wonder if they might fall into the same trap.Not to worry–we’ve compiled a list of 20 creative presentation ideas to spice up your next talk, with examples to help get you on the right track.... Read more: click image or title.

 

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These are excellent tips and ideas for your public speaking #presentation

 

 

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 13, 11:32 AM

20 creative ways to captivate your audience, from using props and asking thought-provoking questions to telling stories and sharing personal anecdotes.

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It's nice to have experienced people explain how they overcame their fears. 

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Here’s what the top accelerators in North America are funding

Here’s what the top accelerators in North America are funding | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

The top startup accelerators have a history of seeing the future in ideas that sounded silly at the time. After all, who would have foreseen billion-dollar businesses based on renting your air mattress to strangers, or shopping for their groceries?

So when prestigious accelerators invest around common themes, it’s worth taking note of what’s resonating. Read more: click image or title.

 

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It's important to keep tabs with trends in #startup funding. 

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Paul Buchheit on Lessons Learned from Investing in 200+ Startups

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Jasper Kuria interviewed YC Partner Paul Buchheit about his experience as employee #23 at Google, his key investing insights, and his advice for entrepreneurs. Read more: click title or image.

 

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Very interesting interview with one of the first #Google employees who has now become an #AngelInvestor.

 

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How to pitch to VCs and angel investors as a tech startup. 11 tips from founders

How to pitch to VCs and angel investors as a tech startup. 11 tips from founders | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

Learn how to make even the best investors interested in your business. Emerline interviewed 4 different startup owners and asked to share their secrets!

"Pitching to investors is just like dating but you only get access to their LinkedIn profile whereas they get to see you naked and your bank balance. All the mind games still apply. You need to play hard to get to make yourself more desirable and you can't seem desperate. You will meet lots of people and it is easy to get distracted with investment offers that aren't right but you have to stay strong and wait for 'the one'."

Elyse Daniels, CEO of ExodusWear Read more: click image or title.

 

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“Hey Dave!
I bought one of your business planning templates and have been receiving your emails and videos for a few months now…
I just wanted to say thanks for cranking out such amazing work!
You're doing an incredible job, and I know entrepreneurs everywhere are benefiting from it!
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#Pitching #investors is a learning experience. This article illustrators how several #startup #founders went about it. Great stories and good advice.

 

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#Pitching #investors is a learning experience. This article illustrators how several #startup #founders went about it. Great stories and good advice.

 

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Reading Your VC Pitch Meeting

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I’ve come to realize that many – most – entrepreneurs suck at reading pitch meetings. Frequently what I hear from a company CEO is completely uncorrelated to what I hear from the 

VC they were pitching. In thinking about why this is, the answer is actually relatively straightforward:

VCs are predisposed to give good meetings. AND By being equivocal at the end of a meeting they preserve maximum option value. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Pitching #investors or a #VC is similar as making a sale. Be clear, allow the other party to respond, ask for a response, close. In this case, follow through with the purpose of your presentation, get feedback.

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Zombie Presentations: How Not to Speak like The Living Dead

Zombie Presentations: How Not to Speak like The Living Dead | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
Scaring away audiences through poor presentation skills? Here's how to stop being a zombie and present with style and influence!

So in the spirit (oops) of rejuvenated public speaking, here's my take on how to stop being a zombie and present with a noticeable pulse! 

 

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Become alive with #publicspeaking, don't be a #Zombie.

 

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Non disclosure agreements (NDA) for startup fundraising don’t matter, so don’t ask

Non disclosure agreements (NDA) for startup fundraising don’t matter, so don’t ask | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

Non disclosure agreements, NDA, confidentiality agreements or even proprietary information agreement, what are they good for? Well I’ll tell you. ‘Will you sign my NDA?’ is a very frequent question first time founders have. It’s also really bad one. There has been a lot written on this topic. To save you time googling, I’ve put together a pretty definitive blog together. If you are short of time, just read the tl;dr. Or just this:don’t ask for an NDA, no one will sign it and you look dumb. Read more: click image or title.

 

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#NDA: Not a good idea for a #startup. 

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“Convince Me” said the Investor. “No” said the Founder.

“Convince Me” said the Investor. “No” said the Founder. | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

It's in a founder's natural disposition to want to convince people of their point of view. And while engaging substantively with those who disagree is often an excellent way to both stress test your assumptions and increase your ability to tell your story, figuring out when to stop and disengage is critical for your productivity and sanity. Especially during fundraising. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, September 25, 9:29 AM

Great story. Bye, bye.

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I Started Saying 'No' to These 6 Things. My Life and My Business Got a Lot Better.

I Started Saying 'No' to These 6 Things. My Life and My Business Got a Lot Better. | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
The most difficult obstacles to get past are the ones we place in front of ourselves.

I’m a people pleaser. It’s hard for me to say "no" to people who ask for something -- despite a reluctance inside of me. This has gotten me into trouble more than a few times in life and especially in business. Time is precious and slips by quickly but there is also no lack of things that have to get done in an entrepreneur's life.

For 12 years, I took life a day at a time. I had a dream but no goals for making it real. I just woke up each day hoping for something more. In 2011, I had had enough and began chasing my dream of starting a lifestyle business. This meant more work on top of a service business that took 60-80 hours of my week. It didn’t take long for me to realize that something had to give. I had to learn how to say no to open up room for the things that were important. Seeing how much time and energy was freed by saying no, I started looking at all the other areas of my life. Here are six things I said no to. Saying no helped me live a much better life and create the kind of business that I love. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Well written and great ideas to make your life better.

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16 reasons why your investment proposal/business plan won’t get read! 

16 reasons why your investment proposal/business plan won’t get read!  | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

Increase your chances, improve your investment proposal or presentation to get business funding.

 

Check your investment proposal for the following errors or shortcomings: Read more: click image or title.

 

http://www.business-funding-insider.com/Business-Funding-our-services.html

 

 

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Let's be serious now. The presentations and #businessplans I see every day are 95% ridiculous. Get informed.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, August 31, 11:21 AM

Your #BusinessPlan is essential to obtain funding. Make sure you get it right from the start.

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How to Raise Money When You’re Not in a Major VC Market

How to Raise Money When You’re Not in a Major VC Market | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

I travel the country a lot. And I am often approached by entrepreneurs in cities which don’t have a vibrant VC community. They often ask whether they have to move to SF, NY or LA to get financed. 

I have the same response always, “Where do you want to live? Where do you want to build your community, your relationships, your family?” I’m trying to get a feel for their commitment to local community versus being in a place where financing is easiest. Read more: click image or title.

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You decide where you want to live and build your business.

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Startup Fundraising: The Executive Summary

Startup Fundraising: The Executive Summary | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

As you prepare for your startup fundraising effort, you need to master the Executive Summary, Presentation and Financial Model before you can present.

The Executive Summary, Presentation and Financial Model are your marketing collateral to sell your product. You’ll build a funnel of prospects, requiring both research and introductions.

The goal is to create competitive term sheets, from multiple investors, for your growth capital. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Some basics you need to have before #raising any kind of #funding.

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Startup Pitching: what really matters

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Switzerland / Silicon Valley, in June 2017

A good startup pitch is easily distinguished from a bad one. In an age in which more and more managers leave their neckties at home and seek inspiration from the "young savages", it is important to know what to look for in startups. It's about "Simplicity" - five simple questions that need to be answered. Startups already exemplify this simplicity principle with the 'Minimum Viable Product' approach. Use these questions to determine whether a collaboration or an investment is worthwhile: Read more: click image or title.

 

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The reality of the #InvestorPitch and how to win them over.

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For a Republican Mayor in Texas, Clean Energy Is a ‘No Brainer’ 

For a Republican Mayor in Texas, Clean Energy Is a ‘No Brainer’  | Pitch it! | Scoop.it

Mayor Dale Ross of Georgetown, Texas, has become a media darling, as a conservative Republican who backs solar and wind power.

“We got something in common,” Dale Ross told Al Gore last summer. “You invented the internet. And I invented green energy.”

Ross, the mayor of Georgetown, Texas — pop. 65,000 — was having a bit of fun with the former vice president and longtime environmental activist. But, in the coming months, his rapid ascendancy in the renewable-energy cosmos might make the boast seem less of a joke. Read more: click image or title.

 

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#RenewableEnergy, It's a no brainer for this conservative Republican mayor.

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"Despite its rich history in the petroleum industry, Texas has become a national leader in renewable electric power because of its ample supplies of both sun and wind. “We started in 2008 with the goal of getting 30 percent of our power from renewables by 2030,” Ross said. But improved technology in solar panels and more accessible transmission lines allowed the city to become much more ambitious."
 
Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, June 13, 10:08 AM

#RenewableEnergy, It's a no brainer for this conservative Republican mayor in Texas.

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From Startup to Scaleup - Sam Altman and Reid Hoffman at The Scaleup Offsite

From Startup to Scaleup - Sam Altman and Reid Hoffman at The Scaleup Offsite | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
Sam Altman sits down with Reid Hoffman to talk about the key changes founders should think about as they transition from a startup to a scaleup.

This conversation took place at The Scaleup Offsite, a private CEO gathering hosted by Y Combinator Continuity and Greylock Partners in April 2017.

 

Click image or title to see the video.

 

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Very interesting talk by Reid Hoffman and Sam Altman.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Seeking Startup Capital

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Seeking Startup Capital | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
Give your business idea its best chance to grow without risking your personal finances.

You could have an incredible idea for a new product, technology or business, but without capital, it will never be more than just an idea. Unless you have access to a pile of money that you have been saving for a rainy day, you have two options: You can attempt to bootstrap your growth or you can raise capital.

I’m a huge fan of bootstrapping, and it can be a viable option if you are extremely cautious when it comes to expenses, if you have a little seed money and if your business concept will generate cash flow early. 

If bootstrapping isn’t a good fit, then you need startup capital, which can be secured from several sources. While every funding option has pros and cons, there are certain mistakes you need to make sure you avoid when seeking startup capital, like the five outlined below. Read more: click image or title.

 

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I bought one of your business planning templates and have been receiving your emails and videos for a few months now…
I just wanted to say thanks for cranking out such amazing work!
You're doing an incredible job, and I know entrepreneurs everywhere are benefiting from it!
Please, keep it up!
Wishing you all the best!”
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Avoid mistakes, be prepared, be warned.

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When is the best time to pitch an investor?

When is the best time to pitch an investor? 

I was moderating a VC panel a couple of weeks back, and we talked about the best way to get an investor’s attention.  One of the panelists said, “Well, the worst way is to bombard me at an event.”  And the more I thought about it, the more I disagree.  

When I was an entrepreneur, I don’t think I had any sense just how busy most investors are.  I guess I just thought they all sit in cushy chairs all day and sip tea and hang out at the Rosewood on Sand Hill.  (ok, maybe some investors do) ... Read more: click image or title.

 

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A busy #VC explains how to get your foot in the door....

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