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How to Talk to Money: Five Wins, Five Fails of Investor Presentations

MIT Enterprise Forum of Philadelphia

Thursday, May 1, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

Philadelphia, PA

How to Talk to Money:       Five Wins, Five Fails of...

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BizClarity  What is the best way to approach investors for funding for your company?                                What mistakes should you avoid at all costs?  What are investors really thinking when they first meet you? 

                       Learn insiders tips for a winning investor presentation to angels or VC's from                                  Steve Bowman, President of BizClarity.  

Steve's methods and insights are more advanced and complete than any of those you'll find in books or on the Internet.

His talk is structured around the Five Wins and Five Fails of investor presentations.  There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Get feedback from the Pitch Doctor!  Steve has also offered on-the-spot coaching of a few elevator pitches!  Come prepared to give your 30-second pitch.

 If you have never presented to investors before—or if you have, but didn't get what you wanted—this session is for you.  

Have questions about How to Talk to Money: Five Wins, Five Fails of Investor Presentations? Contact MIT Enterprise Forum of Philadelphia

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Saul Ewing Law Offices 38th floor, Centre Square West Tower
1500 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Thursday, May 1, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)


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MIT Enterprise Forum of Philadelphia

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The MIT Enterprise Forum is the preeminent organization of entrepreneurs in the global innovation economy. Since 1978 the MIT Enterprise Forum has produced programs and events about innovation, technology and entrepreneurship for an engaged community of 50,000+ thought leaders through a worldwide network of chapters.

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