Freddie Achom is a British-Nigerian serial investor and tech entrepreneur with offices in London and New York. We caught up with him recently, and he shared some tips for business owners on how to throw the perfect pitch to investors. As CEO founder of Rosemont Group Capital Partners, Achom, who is 44, specializes in early stage investment. As such, he knows a thing or two about what makes for a perfect pitch. He operates in a wide range of luxury, energy, and emerging technology companies. His investments span markets across Europe, South America, East Asia and Africa. Here is what Freddie Achom had to say about making the perfect pitch:
Today, entrepreneur Kumari Fulbright is here to talk about getting a Woman- or Minority-Owned Enterprise Certification (WBE/MBE). Kumari has helped several MBE/WBE firms secure contracts on big projects like the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Love Field Airport. She has also played the role of consultant. As such, she provides tips on what WBE/MBE firms can do to land government contracts and grow their business edge among the competition.
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Diabetes is hard enough for adults to control, so imagine how a child must feel. Insulin pumps are often necessary gadgets for people with this problem, but for a child that means standing out from classmates. When Julie DeFruscio’s daughter was diagnosed with diabetes at three years old, she instantly saw a need to help […]
If there is one industry to be in, health and wellness is the place to be. Everyone wants to look and feel good. It Works! is a direct selling company that is well aware of this need. Colleen Pontes is not only an Independent Distributor for It Works!, but she is also a health and […]
EZee-Cover is a fashion accessory for small wastebaskets. They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and 75 year old Marji Stone found a need that I never noticed. She uses plastic shopping bags as can liners in 5 of her small wastebaskets; in the bathrooms, the living room and in each in the […]
When your toddler’s pants begin to droop, what do you do? Sometimes parents use a built in adjuster that makes the pants bunch up. Others may try tying loops together to make the waist tighter. Michelle Cazella invented Drapper Snappers. The Drapper Snappers are made to be easy on parents and even easier on the […]
What does it take to make your basic laboratory coat great? It takes Laboratory Style Initiative. They specialize in lab coats, and the people who wear them. I recently asked the founder, Elaine Tanhehco, a few questions about her business. Tell us a little about Laboratory Style Initiative. Laboratory Style Initiative produces high-end lab coats […]
Sometimes parents can feel like a taxi service, but Sharron Gay really is one. She is the founder of Mom’s Taxi Service. Whether you don’t want your kids riding public transportation, the school bus, or you need someone to drive your kids from school to their sports practice, Mom’s Taxi Service does it all. Inspired […]