No Hollywood Pitches: A Business Rockstars Minute

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We are continuing our series of Business Rockstars Minute videos that are excellently presented by Ken Rutkowski. They cover a range of small business topics, especially for entrepreneurs, and give you a real quick start on the topic and are a great point for jumping off. We are going to run these regularly and we will try to provide a few options for more in depth exploration on your own afterward. We also recommend that you check out their daily live shows over at Business Rockstars as well. But most importantly, please let us know what you think in the comments. We want your feedback on how you like these and on future topics.

About the only point of commonality between pitching a movie to a Hollywood studio and pitching a business to an investor for funding is the word ‘pitch’. Hollywood likes comparisons to existing movies and throwing all kinds of concepts together. But business investors like focus, purpose and solving specific problems. Ken Rutkowski explains in this Business Rockstars Minute.

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