I’m a big fan of the new podcast The Pitch, from Gimlet Media.
I’m fairly new to podcasts, just starting to listen to them consistently over the past several months. So I’ve found myself eagerly on the hunt for podcasts around topics I’m interested in. This Spring, I was working toward the big pitch event that I took part in as part of Maine Center for Entrepreneurial Development’s Top Gun Program.
When you’re trying to find investors or make early sales for your tech startup, getting people to understand your new offering is key.
The essence of new, tech-based products and services is that they are original and based on some sort of technology. Therefore, by their own making, they can be difficult to explain.
If no one understands what your new product or service does, or the problem it solves, they won’t be interested.
Here are three ways to overcome the potential pitfalls of pitching your tech startup.