Pitching your business idea to a potential investor with Dr. Emad Rahim
Dr. Emad Rahim, award winning author, educator and entrepreneur joins Enterprise Radio to discuss pitching your business idea to a potential investor.
Dr. Rahim co-founded two startups, a consulting firm and a nonprofit agency and currently serves as the Endowed Entrepreneur-in-Residences at Oklahoma State Univ., Visiting Scholar at Rutgers and the Assistant Dean and Professor at Strayer University/Jack Welch Management Institute.
- What is the most important thing to remember when pitching your business idea to a potential investor?
- How long should your business pitch be?
- I know writing out the pitch is important. What should one include and consider in their executive summary?
- For presentations, should we include images and graphics in our pitch?
- What do investors want to hear in the pitch?
Dr. Emad Rahim is an award winning author, educator and entrepreneur. He co-founded two startups, a consulting firm and a nonprofit human service association in Central NY. He currently serve as the Endowed Entrepreneur-in-Residences at Oklahoma State University, Visiting Scholar at Rutgers University and the Assistant Dean of Business and Professor at Strayer University/ JWMI. He lives in Chicago, loves coffee, foodie fanatic and is passionate with this thing called entrepreneurship. He has been featured in the Huffington Post, IntelligentHQ, The Humanist, CEO Magazine and quoted in the NY Post, Forbs, US News & World Report, Vice Magazine and Boston Magazine.
Web Site: http://jackwelch.strayer.edu/executive-mba/faculty
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