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A start-up's guide to perfect pitching

The birth of a start-up is a direct product of bright business minds and a contribution to the market and business world. Getting out there, making the first steps is challenging and inspirational.

Pitching is something that happens to the company throughout its life. Of course, the perfect outcome is when the company is well-recognized without an introduction. Achieving this takes a lot of pitching to a lot of parties throughout the time.

As this is a constant of a company's life, the pitching process needs to be polished. It should be short and sweet. Informative and to the point.

Presenting remotely or in person, the format must be precise. Truthfully, people can get bored reading papers or simply looking at graphs, and it is an issue. Losing people's attention is frustrating as then they don't fully realize how wonderful and brilliant the start-up is.

We believe that shooting a video is a correct response to such an issue. It raises the engagement and gives the presenter a minute or two to collect their thoughts and continue pitching successfully.

The problem is that the budget of a start-up can be limited and strictly distributed, so shooting a video in the studio can make quite a hole in said budget. Luckily, there is a solution to this problem.

Elai.io's platform is easy to use but offers a great variety of video generating options. A library of AI human presenters is available. There are 40+ languages with different pronunciations for them to speak. It is easy to upload your own background, add a logo, and choose some music.

There is also an option of creating a custom avatar of any start-up presenter to make videos even more personal. Want to use your voice on a human presenter? Uploading a voiceover so the avatar can speak on a video for you is no problem.

With the right tools, pitching can be easy. And perfect.
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