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He still wants to see your pitch. "I like anybody who comes out of nowhere. They probably have a chip on their shoulder, and they want to prove themselves and basically show to the world I'll go the extra
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Guy Kawasaki shares the layout for a perfect pitch. Pitching your startup to investors just might be the most nerve-wracking aspect of starting your new business -- well, besides the prospect of losing
Entrepreneurs can step on landmines during their presentations. The best way to win is to be prepared for them. As a news anchor, I get pitched several stories a day from various public relations executives.
And what better way to prepare than by hitting the books? We've asked around the Business Insider newsroom and scoured the Web, collecting 11 books that will help startup founders hone their pitch, build