This was no dress rehearsal. The investors were ready. The CEO had 12 minutes to make her pitch and 6 more for Q&A. The science was elegant and advanced. And the business model required some explanation. It all came down to this – would they “get it” and be wow’d?
No wonder a prominent angel investment group, bringing entrepreneurs from Israel to North America, engaged Courage to sharpen up the pitches and smoothly deal with questions and concerns in a way that raised investor confidence.
No wonder a prominent global engineering firm, putting engineers in front of capital expenditure review boards, engaged Courage to sharpen up the presentations and dramatize the risks that would be mitigated with new fire safety and fraud detection systems.
No wonder a global pharmaceutical company, putting European scientists and physicians in front of North American regulatory and reimbursement hearings, engaged PowerUP Growth Partners to respond to tough questions in a direct, fact-based and sympathetic way.
No wonder project managers and product leaders rehearsed their portfolio review presentations before standing in front of their executive committee and board — knowing their initiatives and careers were on the line.
Each of these enterprise-critical presentations achieved the goals. In each case, management understood – they could not afford to ask, “What more could we have done to wow the investors, woo the regulators or win the business?” It had to hit the mark. And did.
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