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How to Pitch Venture Philanthropists

If your company has a social mission, you might find a whole new universe of funders willing to back your company. If you know how to pitch them. For most entrepreneurs, there’s a pretty standard hierarchy of outside funding. Who you approach depends on what stage your business is in. You start with friends and family, then maybe move on to angel investors and bank loans.
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