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Category Archives: Video Pitch

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04.2014

Creating a successful pitch Part 1; How to put your pitch together

“First impressions are critical” Peter Hutton, investor A killer pitch is the cornerstone of a successful fundraise. If you’re an entrepreneur looking to raise finance for your company then you’ll be thinking about creating a pitch for your business. You need to create a pitch that adequately depicts and yet showcases your business – this is your shop window and …

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01.2013

Crowdcube Awards 2012 – The Winners

Crowdcube Awards 2012 – The Winners

To celebrate the successes on Crowdcube in 2012 we have launched our very own awards. The judges, aka Team Crowdcube, engaged in some pretty heated – alcohol-fuelled – debate over Christmas drinks to come up with the definitive list of what was hot on Crowdcube in 2012. Pitch of the Year: Escape the City Escape the City, a website that …

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09.2012

Crowdcube Accelerator Programme

Crowdcube, in partnership with Capital Enterprise, is launching the first ever accelerator programme that is designed to fast track businesses with good ideas to a listing on Crowdcube. This accelerator programme, which is due to be held in London in October and November is designed to provide insider knowledge and expertise of how to successfully pitch on Crowdcube. Attendees will …

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04.2011

Wooshii – our video partners

At Crowdcube we’ve always been aware of the power of video when applied to crowdfunding. Statistics show that pitches that include a video receive 122% more investment than those without. However, creating a short but great looking video is not an easy task for most of us. That’s why we’ve partnered with Wooshii. Wooshii is a really innovative service that …

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06

01.2011

Seven steps to crowdfunding success

#1 Create a compelling story People are more likely to invest in a business that they are already passionate about or a story that is too compelling to ignore. Your Crowdcube pitch should be one, or both, of these things. What makes your business unique? And how will you take advantage of this opportunity? It is important that your story …

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