Creating a perfect pitch to investors is extremely hard. The best way to do so is by practicing on people you don't know and getting their feedback. This group is for entrepreneurs who wish to practice their pitch on other entrepreneurs and learn what works and what doesn't. We intentionally don't have investors in the audience, so there's no danger in testing creative ideas.
To keep the meetups effective, each session is open for only 3 start-ups (so make sure to set your notifications settings to email you when a new meetup is announced). Keeping the group small (around 20 attendees) allows each attendee to participate and the presenting startups to enjoy a profound brainstorming session.
If you wish to pitch at our event, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's what entrepreneurs who pitched at meetup say about it:
"The criticism and questions raised at yesterday's Meetup were of great assistance and provided important insight in what was required."
"I just wanted to say thanks for everyone attended the meetup and especially to Shahar its orginizer. We recently made a pivot in our company and the comments from yesterday's practice really helped us. looking forward for next meetups"
This group is organized by Shahar Pitaru - an entrepreneur who pitched dozens of investors in the U.S., Europe and Israel. Shahar mentors at Google Campus TLV, MassChallenge, SeedCamp and others. He blogs about entrepreneurship at FoundersGuidebook.com. Shahar is also the co-founder of Plant.ly - an online asset allocation service, which won the audience award at the TechCrunch Disrupt 2010 event.
For more information about the events format and for instructions on how to pitch at the event, please visitHow to pitch at the event?.
You can find more information on how to pitch well on ourResources Page.