Every great presentation that I’ve seen has followed this pattern at Pitch Events whether the presenter has 2, 3, 5 or 10 minutes to Pitch. I will say if you don’t “get ’em” in the first 90 seconds, well, it generally follows that the rest of the pitch is going to fall on somewhat deaf ears. Just to let you know, I really, really know what the presenter is going through. I really do wish that each pitch is going to be superb in execution and content. I hope against hope that I’m going to blown away by each and every Pitch I see.
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There are differences, of course, but they have more to do with the differences in the way the industries are set up. The kind of person who can build a startup into a viable company is different from someone who can make a movie: often, it’s a screenwriter who’s pitching to Hollywood, someone who will pass the project off to a director/producer after they’ve written it, whereas in the VC world, you’re looking for someone who will be with the project for, ideally, years.