Well the chances are that those investors will be outside the country, which means that English is going to be the way forward. There are about 335m English speakers worldwide, about 430m if we include non-native speakers. Now no doubt you can speak and read English well enough, but what about telling someone about your start up? Chances are that you could but … isn’t it time to make your English more professional and more – convincing!
There’s no such thing as an undo button in a meeting you know. No matter how relaxed the situation is, first impressions do count, especially if the person you are trying to impress, is thinking about funding your start up. Why leave something like that to chance?
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