The Pitch - Business News Network with Andrew Bell

Business owners looking for capital should look for the Business News Network's new weekly show on Wednesdays called “The Pitch”, hosted by the positive Andrew Bell. I was on this past week and was impressed with the courage of these business owners to pitch. Here were the two companies both seeking under $2M in capital.
  • First up was Gary McCone, President & CEO, Preo Software, who discussed his software management system, which helps large companies save money and trees by printing less. It is a public company and has signedon some big name clients.
  • Then there was Marcus Anderson, President, Broadplay, who has a mobile marketing and application development company looking to expand vertically and geographically.
Each firm is looking for between $750k and $1 million.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw the show and enjoyed it.
I think it is a great help for entrepreneurs and early stage business owners to understand what works when pitching their message.
I only caught a part of your segment and unfortunately did not get all of your advice on building the pitch around Buffet's 4 tough questions.
Is there any chance you could post them for me.

Anonymous said...

Richard Reiner by JBL
"Saw you on the show -- great stuff!"

Anonymous said...

Fantastic...that's exactly what this country needs right now...to promote entrepreneurship like it’s never been promoted before...inspire our youth, invigorate our inventors and instil in our leaders a plan to make this great country a fertile land of ideas and opportunities...so the wheels keep rolling and the world comes knocking...thanks Jacoline!
Posted by Joel Young

Anonymous said...

Anybody can criticize attack and nitpick but it takes personality and self-will to be accepting and merciful. - Tonja

Anonymous said...

Nice job supporting the struggling Marcus Anderson, of Broadplay He owes you one. The show looks promising. I found the result surprising (a good thing). The show could benefit from making the conclusion more dramatic for television (i.e. get the audience to participate in predicting and/or debating the outcome)."