Five Successful Elevator Pitchs For Startup Company

By ajay at November 15, 2011 | 11:26 am | Print

Five Successful Elevator Pitchs For Startup Company

An elevator pitch is often used by an entrepreneur pitching an idea to a venture capitalist or angel investor to receive funding.

Venture capitalists often judge the quality of an idea by the quality of its elevator pitch and will ask entrepreneurs for their elevator pitches in order to quickly weed out bad ideas and weak teams.

So if you are are an entrepreneur and looking for some successful elevator pitchs presentation then check out few video demos of elevator pitchs.

Five Successful Elevator Pitchs For Startup Company

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Asper School of Business student Andrea Legary explains how to give a successful elevator pitch.

She is a member of Aspers business team A2K Technologies, which won all the Alerus Entrepreneurship Challenge competitions awards.

The Asper School of Business has a world record 46 first-place finishes in business competitions since 1995 and A2Ks successes have won them a berth into Global MOOT Corp., the world championship business competition. This marks the eighth consecutive year the University of Manitoba has won a berth.

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Elevator pitch by Kasper Hulthin, CEO of Hoist.Kasper Hulthin from Podio won the elevator pitch competition at MIT’s Global Startup Workshop.

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Elevator pitch winner at University of Utah State University.

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Katie Sunday who was winner at University of Dayton Business Plan Competition Elevator Pitch stage.

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NanoMed, a student-led start up company from Washington University, St. Louis won the $10,000 Grand Prize in the 2011 LES Foundation International Graduate Student Business Plan Competition. .

The annual LES Competition, which has earned sponsorship from the Kauffman Foundation, uniquely focuses on graduate student business plans that emphasize intellectual property assets and strategies for how these assets will be leveraged to achieve business goals.

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