Earlier this year, I wrote a post on how to recognize when investors are “just not that into you.” In business, as in dating, sometimes the chemistry is off and it’s better to simply move on. But for better or for worse, chemistry is only part of the equation: proper “courtship” is also essential to getting into an investor’s pocket.
Last week, I came across this fun, but insightful article based on the premise that “there isn’t much difference between a bad pickup line and a poorly formulated investment pitch.” Follow this advice, and you’ll stand a much better chance of rounding the bases with investors.
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