How To Pitch To Investors In Under 2 Minutes

One of the most important things you need to prepare for in your business, especially in a start-up, is to pitch to investors in under 2 minutes. Nathan Gold shows you how.

One of the most important things you need to prepare for in your business, especially in a start-up, is to pitch to investors in under 2 minutes. Here´s how.

In many investment circles around the world, whether angel or venture, you very often find yourself in a position to give a 2 minute pitch (often called "Elevator pitch") to see if someone is interested in your business.

Pitches are also often presented to a panel of investors who have heard hundreds or even thousands of pitches.

If you expect great results, you need to be well scripted and rehearsed for the performance.

Common mistakes

Without a script inscribed in your brain, most people will usually...

  • Run over on time
  • Get cut off
  • Not cover everything you wanted to talk about
  • Or worse, completely lose your way

Do not condense your 10 minute presentation into 2 minutes. It will not work!

How can you succeed?

In the video below, Nathan Gold shows you a proven model for how to pitch to investors in under 2 minutes  - without the aid of any slides.

The video will teach you how to

  • Have a great opening that will capture the attention of the listener.
  • Be able to clearly articulate the value of your business by answering 6 questions on the minds of your investors.

After watching this video, you will

  • Clearly understand and know how NOT to sound the S.A.M.E. as other presenters.
  • Be able to effectively use the Columbo Close, a powerful attention-getting tool, as the last words the investor will hear from you.