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6 Tips for Startups:

1) Socialize and exploit every networking opportunity! Communicate and meet with other participants! Conference is the best place to establish useful business contacts and meet with fellow entrepreneurs. Set a minimum requirement for yourself – to get not less than 30 business cards per day. Focus most of your time on thepeople who can help you the most.

2) Don’t be shy! IDCEE conference provides a unique chance to get acquainted with and get advice from well-known gurus of venture capital business. It would be foolish to spend the whole conference in a chair waiting for a miracle. You should search for the most useful investors for your project and “catch” them.

3) Don’t try to pitch your startup to an investor, who has just finished his or her speech. This is not the best time for an elevator pitch. Instead, introduce yourself; mention briefly what impressed you most in the speech and exchange business cards. The most important thing for you is to get speaker’s business card. It will allow you to get in touch with the investor after the conference.

4) Come to the conference well prepared! While preparing for such a major event, it would be advisable to learn about the people who will be attending it. Focus on the IDCEE 2012 investors and speakers. Check the information about their specialty and interests, some of them might be interested particularly in your startup.

5) Prepare your elevator pitch! You should be able to pitch your startup in 60 seconds in exciting and effective manner. It should be a compelling story. Certainly, you should have a PPT presentation on file (in case your startup will be selected among the 12 finalists of the IDCEE 2012 startup competition). You should also have an elevator pitch ready to go in case investor stops by your stand in the startup alley or you will have a chance to pitch your startup while introducing yourself to an investor. We also recommend that your team wear T-shirts with your company’s logo during the Conference.

6) Be proactive! Don’t expect somebody to do your job for you and don’t miss the chance to make your dreams come true!

6 Tips for Startups:

1) Socialize and exploit every networking opportunity! Communicate and meet with other participants! Conference is the best place to establish useful business contacts and meet with fellow entrepreneurs. Set a minimum requirement for yourself – to get not less than 30 business cards per day. Focus most of your time on the people who can help you the most.

2) Don’t be shy! IDCEE conference provides a unique chance to get acquainted with and get advice from well-known gurus of venture capital business. It would be foolish to spend the whole conference in a chair waiting for a miracle. You should search for the most useful investors for your project and “catch” them.

3) Don’t try to pitch your startup to an investor, who has just finished his or her speech. This is not the best time for an elevator pitch. Instead, introduce yourself; mention briefly what impressed you most in the speech and exchange business cards. The most important thing for you is to get speaker’s business card. It will allow you to get in touch with the investor after the conference.

4) Come to the conference well prepared! While preparing for such a major event, it would be advisable to learn about the people who will be attending it. Focus on the IDCEE 2012 investors and speakers. Check the information about their specialty and interests, some of them might be interested particularly in your startup.

5) Prepare your elevator pitch! You should be able to pitch your startup in 60 seconds in exciting and effective manner. It should be a compelling story. Certainly, you should have a PPT presentation on file (in case your startup will be selected among the 12 finalists of the IDCEE 2012 startup competition). You should also have an elevator pitch ready to go in case investor stops by your stand in the startup alley or you will have a chance to pitch your startup while introducing yourself to an investor. We also recommend that your team wear T-shirts with your company’s logo during the Conference.

6) Be proactive! Don’t expect somebody to do your job for you and don’t miss the chance to make your dreams come true!

6 Tips for Startups:

1) Socialize and exploit every networking opportunity! Communicate and meet with other participants! Conference is the best place to establish useful business contacts and meet with fellow entrepreneurs. Set a minimum requirement for yourself – to get not less than 30 business cards per day. Focus most of your time on the people who can help you the most.

2) Don’t be shy! IDCEE conference provides a unique chance to get acquainted with and get advice from well-known gurus of venture capital business. It would be foolish to spend the whole conference in a chair waiting for a miracle. You should search for the most useful investors for your project and “catch” them.

3) Don’t try to pitch your startup to an investor, who has just finished his or her speech. This is not the best time for an elevator pitch. Instead, introduce yourself; mention briefly what impressed you most in the speech and exchange business cards. The most important thing for you is to get speaker’s business card. It will allow you to get in touch with the investor after the conference.

4) Come to the conference well prepared! While preparing for such a major event, it would be advisable to learn about the people who will be attending it. Focus on the IDCEE 2012 investors and speakers. Check the information about their specialty and interests, some of them might be interested particularly in your startup.

5) Prepare your elevator pitch! You should be able to pitch your startup in 60 seconds in exciting and effective manner. It should be a compelling story. Certainly, you should have a PPT presentation on file (in case your startup will be selected among the 12 finalists of the IDCEE 2012 startup competition). You should also have an elevator pitch ready to go in case investor stops by your stand in the startup alley or you will have a chance to pitch your startup while introducing yourself to an investor. We also recommend that your team wear T-shirts with your company’s logo during the Conference.

6) Be proactive! Don’t expect somebody to do your job for you and don’t miss the chance to make your dreams come true!



22-09-2012 23:40:37