Pitch to Investors Online
Entrepreneurs can pitch for investment from business angels and venture capital firms by posting video presentations about their business online, following the launch of interactive website cmypitch.com.
Businesses which register on the website can upload a two-minute video pitch, supported by a business plan, in the pursuit of finding funding. Subscribers can also watch video interviews with the chief executives of Google, facebook and LinkedIn, and other high–profile business figures, offering advice to entrepreneurs.
“This is an online community for entrepreneurs and small businesses, through which we can connect them with sources of information, advice, funding services and opportunities,” said cmypitch.com founder Emmett Kilduff.
“Entrepreneurs’ video pitches will be viewed by investors including business angels and venture capital firms,” he added. “Subscribers to the site can also upload a video profile of their business onto the website to be listed in the business directory.”
The site’s business directory also contains a library of small business and start-up guides for users to read, on topics ranging from accounting and IT to sales and marketing.
The subscription fee to the website varies depending upon the level of access required. For example, start–up firms will have to pay £200 to post a video pitch on the website for four months, but franchises will only have to pay £50 for the same period.
For more information about cmypitch.com, visit www.cmypitch.com