Video conferencing has become an undeniable part of our new normal. For entrepreneurs however, proposing ideas to investors virtually might be intimidating. In an interview with BCC Research, Lisa Chang, weighs in on how innovators and tech transfer groups can achieve success before, during and after a virtual pitch.
According to Chang, director of Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (TEC) at Poole, the funding environment for entrepreneurs has always been competitive, but even more so in the midst of COVID-19. “Resources have become more scarce during the pandemic. It’s essential that entrepreneurs do their homework and understand their audience and objective before any pitch so that they stand out for the right reasons”, Chang adds.
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This post was originally published in Poole Thought Leadership.