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Epic Investor Fail: Why These Entrepreneurs Got Thrown Out Of Our Boardroom

On this week’s episode of Elevator Pitch, our panel of investors is done being polite. They go toe-to-toe in battle over businesses they want — and don’t have a lot of patience for a group of entrepreneurs who are oddly tight-lipped about the financial details of their company. Watch as a usually mild-mannered Marc Randolph, co-founder of Netflix, snaps and declares their pitch “a complete waste of time.”

In the mix this week are entrepreneurs pitching food waste, children’s education, noise-canceling technology, and solar panel companies. These are industries with huge potential, and our investors, including Beach House Group co-founder Sean Neff and angel investor Kim Perrell, are eager to get on board. Learn what to do from the entrepreneurs who are able to hold up under pressure and snag a deal, and what not to do from those sent packing.

Stream this and all past episodes at Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch

This episode is powered by ASU’s Innovation Open, an annual competition for the world’s top collegiate tech ventures. Each startup you’ll see on this episode is a previous Innovation Open winner.  Learn more at ASU.io

Related: Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch: What If You Flew Around the World to Make a Pitch and Blew It?

Season 7 of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch is brought to you by Amazon Business with support from State Farm* and T-Mobile for Business. New episodes stream Wednesdays on entrepreneur.com. Follow Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch on Facebook, YouTube and IGTV.

*State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is not involved with the judging or prize distribution of this contest hosted by Entrepreneur



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