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November 6, 2009 / Danny Robinson

My Fusion Form ‘Perfect Pitch’ slides

Yesterday (November 5th, 2009) I presented to the 37 tech companies who were all vying for the 20 open slots to pitch various VCs and Angels at the upcoming 3rd annual Fusion Forum. Here is the presentation I gave, but click through to see the notes for context.

Get your ticket now to see the 20 finalists pitch to investors on Nov 12th.

The results of the day were posted late last night, and are listed here:


  1. Black Cherry
  2. ClickToy
  3. Ecobuddies Interactive
  4. Old Skool Studios
  5. Overinteractive


  1. Aegis Mobility
  2. AppSocial
  3. Cell Map Inc
  4. Mobify
  5. Sound of Motion


  1. Arcalife
  2. Muutu
  3. My Wedding Match
  4. Vibrant Software (Everystockphoto)
  5. Wantsa


  1. Konductor Software
  2. LayerBoom Systems
  3. Mingleverse Labs
  4. Moving Media Group
  5. Unbounce Marketing


  1. Ashish Anand / Nov 9 2009 9:19 am

    Thanks for the great tips Danny. Missed your presentation, so this is wonderful. Even though it seems pretty straightforward, these are probably some of the most important skills an entrepreneur can develop–even if they aren't raising funding. I've found that pitching coherently is only possible once you have thought through your business and what will make it successful. My suggestion to entrepreneurs who are struggling with their pitch is to consider that it may not be public speaking jitters or inexperience pitching, but a lack of familiarity or comfort with their business itself. You cannot sell something you don't understand or believe in–simple as that. That's been my experience.

    Thanks again for being a tireless supporter of the startup scene!

  2. Pieter Dorsman / Nov 9 2009 7:57 pm

    Danny – love your 'stupid questions' slide. On the mark.

  3. Dave Thomas / Nov 10 2009 6:13 pm

    The slide with 'Guy's advice' is also very good.

  4. corfu car rent / Jun 21 2011 5:35 pm

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