By Stephen Dalby, founder of Gabb Wireless Inc., the first nationwide cellular network for kids.
When it comes to getting investors’ attention, you have just seconds to make a good first impression. This is where an elevator pitch comes in handy.
Whether it’s something you say in a speech that lasts less than 60 seconds or you put it on a one-sheeter, your elevator pitch has to deliver a compelling reason your new product will be successful and explain why someone should be interested enough to invest in both the product and you.
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