Startup Weekend Evansville gets closer every day. If you were part of the excitement last year, you know the pressure teams are under to get a great presentation prepared. For aspiring entrepreneurs, this could be the most important part of the Startup Weekend learning process. After working with many teams this summer and fall, I wanted to create a short list of what makes a good presentation. I found one instead (thanks to the folks at Tourist app, the team that won SW Bloomington) that summarizes the entire process really well. Their advice –
- If you don’t grab people within the first minute, they’re going to start checking their email.
- Tell the story through the problem. It needs to be a story about problems and solutions.
- Have a concrete business plan and drive home how you’re going to make money.
Business Insider also compiled some of the best startup pitches of all time in one place – read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-best-startup-pitches-of-all-time-2012-11?op=1#ixzz2CrnQAfQj