If you search for "how to pitch investors" on Google or Amazon, you’ll find a lot of articles/books that focus primarily on the slides ("slide deck") entrepreneurs use to present ("pitch") to investors. The reality is, it’s not the place to start if you want to create an effective pitch to investors quickly and efficiently.
This course consists of three video lessons and in them we will cover:
1. What is a Read Me Pitch?
2. Why is it more important than a slide deck?
3. How can you create a Read Me Pitch?
What Will You Learn?
This is a course on fundraising strategy and planning. If you want to create an effective pitch to investors quickly and efficiently, then the slide deck is NOT the place to start. You will learn why the "read me pitch" is the best way to start and why it is more important than the slide deck.
Also, there are hidden advantages to the "read me pitch" that most people are not aware of and we explain those in this course as well.
How Will I Benefit from this Course?
By helping you with fundraising strategy, this course could save you months of time and frustration. If you need to raise capital for your business, then this course could save you a lot of money in terms of opportunity cost of time.
How Long is the Course?
This mini-course consists of 3 videos lessons which total ~20 minutes of instruction time.
14 days of FREE access to the Course
When you sign up, you will have 14 days of FREE access to the course. After that, your access will expire. There are a limited number of users our learning management system allows for free, so this gives other people a chance to access the course.
Jason Tagler founded Pitch Creator in 2014 to create jobs in the Baltimore area by helping entrepreneurs learn how to communicate with investors and raise capital for their businesses. Since then, Pitch Creator has expanded to online courses used by entrepreneurs/CEOs, colleges/universities, accelerators, investors, and others.
Mr. Tagler has 15 years of experience investing in private companies as a growth-equity (late-stage venture capital) investor and has seen over 1,400 founder/CEO pitches. Prior to that, as an investment banker he helped CEOs prepare their pitch to investors for initial public offerings (IPO) or sale transactions (M&A).