How to Pitch Investors and Get Funded Webinar
Wondering how to get investors’ attention or how to deliver a perfect pitch? Gust has teamed up with LivePlan to equip you with the best tips for pitching investors and expert advice to increase your chances of getting funded. Join us for this revealing webinar, How to Pitch and Get Funded, on November 20th at 1pm ET (10am PT). The webinar will be led by Gust’s CEO, David S. Rose, who’s dubbed “The Pitch Coach” for his extensive work with early stage entrepreneurs, and LivePlan’s Caroline Cummings, who has raised almost $1 million in startup funding.
In the webinar, you’ll learn:
- The different ways to raise funding
- The purpose of the pitch
- The components of a successful investor pitch
- How to get investors’ attention
- How to craft a pitch in under an hour
- What investors want to hear (and not hear!)
- Common mistakes from the investor’s point of view
- How to get access to angel investors
All registrants will also receive a free copy of the ebook How to Pitch and Get Funded by Caroline Cummings.
Written by Ilana Grossman
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