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Gamifying Your Pitch to Raise Big Money, by Christoph Sollich

Posted by Amity Sims on 2014-06-07

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Play to win! (Or pitch to win in this case). In this entertaining talk,  gamifies pitching to raise capital, and offers some tips on presentation and publicity.

Christoph Sollich is a freelance startup consultant specializing in business model generation, strategy, marketing and pitching. He will be mentoring for the Berlin Founder Institute, which is currently accepting applications for the Spring Semester. To apply to the Founder Institute, click here.

A marketing guru and acclaimed startup advisor, Christoph reminds founders to always convey passion in their pitch. He says, don’t be afraid to show emotion and display how much you love your startup. After all, VCs are investing in you, and passion is the key to success. 

                                

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