Does your startup have just too much information to jam into one short pitch? Let me help you nail it!
That's not really an ad. It's the premise of my new focused Twitter channel, PitchSolutions. (Which Twitter of course decided to call @SolutionsPitch.)
Follow PitchSolutions for regular content on developing your startup pitch: who you are, why your business exists, what it's trying to do, how it's gonna get there, who's helping you, and why you are all going to win. That's a lot of stuff to cram into a five- or 10-minute pitch, but as a lifelong writer and editor (I was helping my mom mark high-school English papers when I was 13), I know you can get it done.
My tweets draw on my own experience as well as popular experts, book and articles to bring you the most useful intel. To get you fully up to speed, here are some of PitchSolutions' pithiest tweets since its launch last month: