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Preparing a Pitch

As Dragons’ Den crosses Canada in search of new entrepreneurs looking for investment dollars, and past participants with fresh ideas, this is a good time to review some of the rules for making a deal on the den. It is surprising how many people come onto the show, having presented their ideas to a panel […]

How to Convince Other [Potential] Co-founders You Have the Next Big Thing

I regularly visit a site for owners of start-ups where people can post questions and get answers from others who are, or have been, in the same situation as themselves. Often I’ll see a question posted, and realize that the wrong question is being asked. That is, the question itself is valid, but the fact […]

Pitching for a Homerun

If you spend time networking, or if you are the owner of a small business, you are constantly on the lookout for ways to promote yourself. You have a business card that has your contact information, and a website that has more detailed information about your business. However, you need something more – you need […]

Putting together an Elevator Pitch

I’ve spoken about elevator pitches several times before. I came across an article today on putting together a 500 character pitch, and it included a tool for writing one. The article, courtesy of Susan Ireland, can be found on her blog, and there is a link to the wizard for creating the pitch on the […]