Don't Fear the Sharks: Six Principles to Pitch Investors: Six

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$14.99  $13.94
Publisher
Strive Publishing LLC
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Pages
144
Dimensions
5.5 X 7.5 X 0.36 inches | 0.31 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781948529181
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"I was blessed to have gone onto Shark Tank and receive an investment from Mr. Wonderful (Kevin O'Leary). However, reading, learning, and implementing the best practices & pitfalls to avoid from Don't Fear The Sharks would have saved countless hours, time, and energy in my preparation to secure funding." - Brian Brasch, CEO, PRX Performance


"It has been a joy to watch Kelvin courageously lead his company from inception to now. Both Kelvin and Brevity are light years ahead from where they started. It's clear that those learnings and insights can help entrepreneurs shorten the time it takes for them to raise capital they need and at more favorable terms. I encourage entrepreneurs to read this book before raising capital." - Mary MacCarthy, Senior Program Manager/ Discovery Capital Manager, Venture Center, University of Minnesota


"For any first-time founder in the initial stages of launching a company, Don't Fear The Sharks is must read. Reading this book along with leveraging Brevity's software will give you mindset, belief system, and guidance to persuade and influence investors and customers." - Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Storj


"I've seen Kelvin develop as a leader, entrepreneur, and sales professional over the past seven years. I'm amazed by his development but more impressed with the actionable insights he poured into Don't Fear the Sharks. When I started my first two companies, this book would have saved me time, heartache, and provided the inspiration needed when faced with rejection from prospective investors and clients." - Wade Rosen, CEO, Atari