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Title: Creating Your Elevator Pitch


1
Creating Your Elevator Pitch

  • Eagle Ventures, Inc.
  • www.EagleVentures.biz

2
There are more good deals than money, but there
is way, way more money than there are great
deals.
3
What makes a great versus a good deal?
  • A huge market
  • A sustainable competitive edge
  • A great business model
  • A great, not a good, CEO

4
Whats a great CEO?
  • A great people person
  • Someone who has good judgment out on the front
    line, in the trenches, where it counts
  • Every CEO is a CEO for the first time

5
Why arent you getting funded if you have a great
deal?
6
If you have a great deal, and you are not
getting funded, then
  • Its not due to a lack of money
  • Its not due to the fact that you dont have a
    great deal (unless you are deluding yourself)
  • Its all in the articulation

7
When the sale really takes place
  • The first 10 seconds
  • The next 50 seconds
  • The next half hour/hour
  • Its not in the business plan

8
Keys to a great elevator pitch
  • The first 10 seconds
  • What you do
  • Something that independently authenticates the
    importance of what you do
  • The objective Tell me more

9
The next 30 - 60 minutes
  • The SALE takes place here not in the Business
    Plan
  • Examples that illustrate potential of the
    opportunity
  • Listen for cues about their interest and their
    reservations
  • Establish that there will be a next conversation

10
Key points of your pitch
  • An iterative process
  • Practice, practice, practice
  • Enthusiasm
  • Be authentic
  • Fake it until you make it

11
Remember, at some point in time somebody might
have mentioned to Columbus, Did you ever
think of asking Queen Isabella … and the
world changed, right there, in that moment.
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