Top 10 Elevator Pitch Rules

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1. 1. Use a Strong Opening Line
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Starting your pitch strongly is imperative to catch your listener’s interest and arouse more curiosity. In the meantime, demonstrate your passion and actively show emotion. Besides this, maintain direct eye contact and bullet point interesting points that would make potential investors know more.

An elevator pitch is a 60-second infomercial that aims to explain what makes your business unique and ultimately hook in an investor. Many people believe that an elevator pitch consists of 60 seconds of uninterrupted talk. However, only 15 to 20 seconds are dedicated to selling your strong business points. In the remaining time, expect the listener to pose questions so as to learn more details about  who you are, what you do and what is so special about you and your work that would add value to the potential investor.  

In order to help the budding entrepreneurs leave a lasting impression they need to make these 60 seconds count, I have compiled a list of the Top 10 rules of the elevator pitch. Check them out on the slideshow that follows. 




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