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How should I present my business idea to someone ?

I have trouble describing my idea to people and when I am trying to do it, they either seem not interested at all or not getting anything while it's clear English.

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The project has to present the most important information, so it is worth taking the time to visualize it in conjunction with the text of your presentation. The basic principles are meaningfulness, consistency and brevity. Your preparation is also very important in order to feel confident in front of the audience and be ready to answer a variety of questions.

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Thanks, I will try my best to follow your advice.

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Depends on to whom you will present, it's different the approach if you expose in front of an investor, co-founder, venture fund, organization. But the general idea is, present why are you doing the project, why is important to you, what is the problem your gonna solve, the value propositions of your idea, and how your gonna do it. The part of the purpose at the beginning is one of the most important because here you're gonna seek the engagement need it.

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Thank you for your answer, I believe that's what I need to do and I am going to follow your instructions.

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Background of the project, profit projections, the demand of the project and how project challenges are handled. That's my idea.

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