22 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching to Investors
Revised and updated June 26, 2020By Richard D. Harroch, Neel Lilani, and Kate O’LaughlinEntrepreneurs have to pitch investors to raise financing.
As soon as you send a pitch deck, you should assume that it will be shared more broadly.
For your legal protection, put a copyright notice at the bottom of your pitch deck and add the phrase “Confidential and Private.
See A Guide to Investor Pitch Decks for Startup Fundraising.
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