The highlight of LTB’s past, the Launch Pad is an electric event that is the perfect combination of entertainment and education. While the pitches may vary from year to year, there is one constant: the support of Brooklyn Financial Group, or BFG.
Over the last three decades, BFG has evolved into a recognized leader in the financial services and insurance world. BFG’s philosophy is based on the American dream — a dream that thousands have aspired to achieve.
Here’s the kicker: At BFG, attaining the dream is simplified.
Let’s start with the obvious: the Launch Pad is the perfect, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to present, and ultimately increase, your business.
Now, the not-so-obvious: How do you land that coveted investment?
The answer to that goes far beyond simply applying to the event. You need that compelling pitch the investor cannot turn down.
In order to prevent potential investors from saying “pch” to your presentation, you must dot the ‘i’ and cross the ‘t’ that make up the “it” factor of your pitch – what separates you from the pack.
Here are some helpful tips for crafting that million-dollar pitch:
Want a reason to submit your business to The Launch Pad 2015? What if we gave you a million reasons?
As a serious business owner or entrepreneur, you are always looking to advance your company or enterprise. The Launch Pad is your chance to propel your business to exponential growth, reach new markets- to take your business to the next level.
That’s a pretty bold statement, no? What, exactly, is the Launch Pad?
Most millionaires who’ve made it big in business don’t rely on luck.
If anything, they make their luck. The ticket to achieving greatness is combining brilliant ideas, passion and drive with relentless hard work, trial by error and the unwavering commitment to overcome obstacles.
Take NBA Dallas Mavericks owner, billionaire businessman and celebrity “Shark Tank” investor, Mark Cuban. He didn’t start off “lucky” (or loaded).
No, Mark Cuban’s first job was selling garbage bags with the end goal of paying for an expensive pair of basketball shoes.
We’d venture to say that by and large, business owners make their own luck and create their own opportunities. Even successful business owners don’t add more zeroes to their bottom line without carving out a strategy.
Eli Rosenbloom is the case in point.
At last year’s first-ever LTB summit, after a buzzing day of motivational keynote speakers, networking opportunities and captivating breakaway sessions, the evening came to a climax. The crowd grew silent. The lights were dimmed. The stage was set for the most highly anticipated event of the day – The Launch Pad – modeled after the ever popular Shark Tank.
Five successful “Rocketeer” investors, who has raised over $3 billion for over 400 companies – came to the Launch Pad ready to dish out upwards of $100,000 for each worthy pitch.
All the investors were eager to empower Jewish businesses by giving them the capital necessary to propel their businesses to the next level. The “star” of the panel was none other than Kevin Harrington, a celebrity “shark” on Shark Tank as well as a successful entrepreneur known for his work in the infomercial industry and founding of “As Seen On TV!”
The Launch Pad™ at LTB 2013 just got a significant boost with the addition of the celebrity “Shark” from Shark Tank, the legendary Kevin Harrington.
Reality bites at next week’s LTB 2013 segment, The Launch Pad, which is modeled after the Shark Tank reality series. Shark Tank, a show with an average of 7 million viewers, features hopeful entrepreneurs who propose business ideas to potential investors, also known as “Sharks,” and are awarded a financial backing.
A most honorable mention goes to the LTB 2013 Launch Pad™ Sponsor: BFG – Brooklyn Financial Group.
Over the last three decades, BFG has evolved into a recognized leader in the financial services and insurance world. BFG’s philosophy is based on the American dream; a dream that thousands have aspired to achieve. At BFG, attaining the dream is simply defined.
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