Pitching an idea to potential investors can be a tricky game. You need to find a way to showcase your idea and its potential for profit in the best light possible. But you also need to give enough accurate information to make investors feel comfortable investing in your idea.
There are a few common mistakes that entrepreneurs make during these pitches that can scare investors away. Alex Melnick recently explained some of these pitfalls in a post for TECH Cocktail. The three most common mistakes he mentioned were:
Presenting as a lone founder.
Showing a lack of confidence.