The dynamics of how to pitch investors investors and fundraising are likely going to change drastically in the next few months. I have always believed that real-life interaction between humans is critical in the decision-making process for an investor.
If you’re thinking about how to virtually pitch a VC, chances are you’re offering such a meeting amidst challenging physical conditions for whatever reason. You could also be saving up on quickly escalating traveling costs and sparing up on your business meeting times by resorting to a video chat or phone call every once in a while. Or you can easily be playing the card of presenting your pitch deck VC’s quickly as your chance to make it into their portfolio.
Today’s episode of Company Forensics is about live-streaming apps, something that we all take very much for granted today as we’re not impressed anymore by seeing anyone going live on social media, to broadcast whatever from their phones. Literally, whatever... which is probably part of the problem here, but we’ll get into that later on.
Entrepreneurs are going to be the key to economic reactivation. We are the spearhead of innovation. We are accustomed to the rollercoaster of starting a company, which has taught us how to move faster, work faster even in complicated circumstances.
Well, it's here. Both of our Slidebean offices, New York and San Jose, are in areas with active coronavirus spreading, and we were forced to take action.
Delivering a live pitch online is not the most common of all business practices. We’ll grant that. However, it’s getting more and more common for people to sort their lives online, which lately includes diverse reasons why someone might forcefully need to give or send a presentation via the web versus pitching live on stage or at a potential business partner’s office.
Presentation templates are a quick and safe way of producing new material. When looking at those on which to start crafting a presentation, it’s good to know which ones work best. Hence, and to ease your troubles, we’ve created a list of 5 of our best presentation templates for 2020, and we’ll justify our choices appropriately. Join us and see what you think!