What VCs are looking for


What VCs are looking for. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Amy Hanlon about what VCs are looking for in pitch decks. VCs what an investment that gives 10x what they invest, and you need to have a clear story for your 30 minute meeting with your investor.

She shares her experiences on what you need to put into your pitch deck so you wow your potential investors within the first 15 mins. Grab a pen and paper as she outlines exactly what your story needs to say.

Amy Hanlon, president of Blue Meta Design, visually showcases the impactful stories of start ups through graphic design, partnering with VCs on cutting edge investments.

Listen to this conversation and discover how much money a VC expects their Founders to take as salary.

Amy Hanlon can be found on LinkedIn here.

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