Agree with Chris (Above).

Here's my 1-2-3.

1. A warm intro is brilliant - especially from a company they funded before OR missed out on that did darn well.

2. Keep answers short, but loaded to enlist questioning from them. This creates a discussion rather than a bombardment. Ask them questions and let them discover the answers about your product by leading them in.

3. Don't pitch a VC - pitch a partner who understands the opportunity and has taken a stake in something similar or ancillary.

Answered 7 years ago

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