Why Investors Don’t Care About the Money

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Here’s a little secret: Investors don’t care about the money.

Imagine meeting a billionaire investor, and saying, “Listen closely to my pitch because… I’m going to make you a billion dollars!”

Investors already have money. Maybe – just maybe – there’s something else that matters, first and foremost, to an investor.

How would you pitch your business, if the money didn’t matter?

Angel investors and VC firms have a lot of options, when it comes time to make money.

Your investor wants to know:

    • Why you?
    • Why this?
    • Why now?

In order to go beyond the money, you’ve got to understand the mind of the investor. While every investor and every opportunity is different, there is one common thread that all investors share.
MARK CUBAN, DAYMOND JOHN, KEVIN O'LEARY, BARBARA CORCORAN, ROBERT HERJAVEC
Investors know that not all ideas are money makers.

But every investor wants to make smart investment decisions.

How does your pitch prove that you – and your team – are a smart decision?

Your projected income is simply a by-product of the intelligence behind your plan. Show how your team is a wise choice, and take the next step in gaining the investment you deserve.

 
To schedule an appointment to discuss your business idea with Shark Tank coach, Chris Westfall, click on the “Contact” button in the lower right-hand corner. Find out how clients on four continents have used Chris’ ideas to access multi-million dollar investment strategies. It’s easier than you might think, to find out how to pitch your ideas..and WIN!

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Chris
US National Elevator Pitch Champion. Keynote speaker. Author. Business coach for Fortune 100 companies, entrepreneurs and high-growth organizations. Married with two daughters, based in Houston, Texas USA.
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