How to be pitch perfect

Start-ups need to know how to catch investors’ attention

27th March, 2016
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Cathal O’Brien and Gavin Fogarty of Mustard.ie Pic: Feargal Ward

If you want to grow your business, you have to master the pitch. Whether you are a start-up testing the market with your new idea or need to bring in extra investment, the chances are you’ll end up in front of a group of investors.

In Ireland, investment is on the up. Since the onset of the credit crunch in 2008, more than 1,200 Irish SMEs have raised venture capital totalling €2.6 billion.

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