Investor Pitch - Slide 13: Questions
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Slide 13: Questions
The last slide should ask for investor questions. Its not uncommon for questions to last as long or longer than the presentation. If possible, you should also highlight some of the key issues addressed in the previous slides. This helps summarize the presentation for the investor. If you do so, make certain to restate in a convincing manner the main reasons why the investors should invest in your business.
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$250K = 50% = $5M at Exit
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