28 common mistakes startups make when pitching to investors

In the second in our series of articles concerned with raising finance, we look at some of the mistakes you can make that can destroy your pitch and even the business.

Richard Harroch,  MD and Global head for Vantage Point Capital Partners, looks at the pitching process from an investors viewpoint and highlights the fact that investors are very busy and don’t have the time to listen to bad presentations. However, just because you’ve never pitched before, doesn’t mean you won’t get the funding as Richard explains, based on his experiences. 



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