Get ready because season 10 ends with big dreams, big emotions and big money!
A successful pitch deck has these eight sections.
K. Rocco Shields, founder of the AI-powered training platform Genius Academy, discusses her winning strategy for securing funding on "Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch."
On this episode of "Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch," a contestant has a very tough decision to make: Take the big money now, or gamble on bigger money later.
Zach Barney, the founder of Mobly, explains how he created a successful pitch for his big shot at glory on "Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch."
I've Sold Millions of Records and Ideas to the Biggest Artists and Executives In the World. Here's How to Be More Persuasive.
You might be missing the most important part of persuasion.
Developing a great pitch deck is critical for obtaining business funding, with an emphasis on connecting with investors' objectives and preferences while stressing design, clarity and a passionate narrative.
On the new episode of the "Post-Pitch Podcast," tech entrepreneur Brandon Storms discusses working up the courage to pitch his company to investors for a second time on "Elevator Pitch."
On the premiere episode of the "Post-Pitch Podcast," the founders of Smoodi discuss how they formulated a winning pitch for their smoothie-making robot company.
'That Was Ridiculous!' See What Left One Investor Exasperated on the New Episode of 'Elevator Pitch'
Learn the words that no investor wants to hear on the latest episode of "Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch."
It Was All Going Great Until Someone Said the F-Word. Watch an All-New Episode of 'Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch'!
In this episode of "Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch," our investors are fired up. Can contestants take the heat as they attempt to secure funding for their dream businesses?
Surprising similarities in these life-altering exchanges include the art of persuasion as part of a unique communication skill set.
On this special episode of 'Elevator Pitch,' contestants get a rare shot at redemption.
Before you pitch, make sure your numbers are in order. These four things are what investors really want to see — and here's how you can make sure you're picking the right investor for your startup.