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If you’re hoping to pitch your startup to an angel investor or group, you better practice! You can do a dry-run in front of co-founders or current investors, but how critical will they be? They've already drunk the Kool-Aid and are hardly in a position to judge how you’ll sound to a fresh set of ears. Pitch coaches are good, too, but that’s nothing like the real thing.
So, if you really want to learn how to pitch angel, then, pitch an angel!
Our sponsor Nutter, McClennen & Fish is hosting three (3) pre-selected companies from the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge community to pitch one of nation’s leading angel investor groups, Boston Harbor Angels (BHA). The session will be run like a regular BHA screening session—with 10-minute pitches, Q&A and follow-up advice by the investors. Think “Shark Tank” live—without the sharks!
If you’d like to be one of the three companies pitching that night, please email Amy Goggins at email@example.com. She’ll work with Nutter to select the three (3) presenting companies.
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