Before you walk into a meeting with investors, you need to thoroughly understand who your audience is in order to deliver a successful pitch. You’ll also need to know the most important factors that investors will have in mind when analyzing your startup idea. In this video, I go through the 6 critical questions that you should be able to answer before pitching your startup to investors.

Here are the 6 most important questions that investors ask about your startup idea:

  1. Is it personally interesting?
  2. Is it big?
  3. Is it disruptive?
  4. Is it timely?
  5. Is there room to move?
  6. Is the space winnable?

Watch the video to learn the best ways to answer these questions so that investors believe you’re chasing a big enough opportunity.

From your experience, what other questions have investors asked you about your startup idea? Let me know in the comments.

– Andrew