Fox Business Network Features Our Elevator Pitch Advice

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The three most important things to achieve in delivering an effective pitch to investors are:

  1. A sense of confidence
  2. A sense of excitement
  3. A clear action plan

Just this week on their popular Happy Hour show, Fox Business Network featured our advice on their show.

Here’s the interview. Or just click on the image below.

You can learn more about these key ingredients to an effective pitch in a new how-to article we’ve just posted at StartupNation.com.

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