Pitch Perfect: Four Investors Share Some Top Tips On Securing Startup Funding

Thanks to TV shows like Shark Tank and Dragons' Den the world of pitching for business investment has lost some of its mystique. But if you’re an entrepreneur looking for funding, perhaps for the first time, how do you make a winning pitch? Four seasoned investors share some insights on how to improve your chances of landing a deal.

What does a great funding pitch look like?

A clear confident pitch goes a long way to demonstrating you can perform under pressure, says Tim Mills, investment director of the Angel CoFund. “Remember, you may be pitching to investors who lack familiarity with your sector and may be a little detached having seen countless other presentations. This is where numbers, a universal language, can help substantiate the business opportunity, but be mindful that numbers won't tell a story on their own. They need context and should support what you are saying."

See the full article on the Forbes website here