Tame the Dragons

 

Looking to apply for the next Dragon’s Den?

Think you have what it takes to make the pitch and strike it rich?

 

Before you do, let Trigve help. Let’s analyze your business the way a Dragon would. Let’s dissect your plan, build a pitch and prepare for negotiations. there are some horrible pitches out there and then there are some well planned, well executed ones.

Here’s Trigve’s analysis on this:

The most important thing to remember is that time is both your friend and enemy.

Dragon’s don’t want you to waste their time, because it is finite and time is money. The ironic thing about that is if your pitch is good, your product or service is intriguing enough and you have given them enough to think about, then they will give you all the time in the world.

Learn to listen and know when to stop talking. Silence can be a powerful thing, if they are talking out loud, read between the lines and carefully craft the next thing that comes out of your mouth – ┬áit could make or break the deal.

Practice your presentation. The first 15 seconds determines how the rest of the presentation will go.

Contact Trigve if you feel strongly about hitting the Den and need some sound corporate professional advice that is non-bias, sincere and packed with ideas to strengthen your opportunity to win that deal.