How to pitch for funding

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Nick Slater is a Partner at AI Seed, an early-stage fund that invests in AI companies. In this video he discusses the type of businesses that suit equity investment, as well as those for whom it may not be the right choice.

Nick considers the difference between pitching and speaking to potential investors 1:1. He also highlights the key components of a pitch including the importance of presenting the whole team as part of the offer.

If you’re looking for funding, why not check out one of accelerators or funding readiness programmes? Learn more.



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