So You Think You Can Start-Up – Top tips from the experts on how to throw a winning pitch
Tuesday, March 18, 2014/
Ten of Australia’s most innovative, up-and-coming start-ups came together in February 2014 to pitch their b2b ideas to the panel of expert investors.
Everyone knows that if you want investors to come on board, or attract clients, you’ve got to show them who you are, what you’ve created, and why they should back you.
So what did they pitch? What was successful? How could they improve their pitch to ensure success next time?
This free eBook, So You Think You Can Start-Up – Top tips from the experts on how to throw a winning pitch, has everything you need to know. It features:
- Profiles of all ten finalists
- Tips from the expert judging panel on what makes a great pitch
- Links to all of the video pitches
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