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What Shouldn’t You Put In Your Investor Pitch?

You’ve worked really hard creating a really solid investor pitch about your company. You’ve rehearsed your investor pitch, and you feel ready to go.

Then you start pitching investors, but something isn’t right. The investor pitch is still not working.

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Investors are not biting. And the problem is you usually don’t get a second chance when you’re raising money.

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brett fox

brett fox

I work with startup CEOs to help them grow their businesses . I built several businesses from $0 to >$100M. Learn more at https://www.brettjfox.com

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