As lockdown restrictions loosen, businesses are assessing the future of work. And, in VC circles, there’s no doubt that a year of remote working has changed things for good. The days of encouraging founders to fly around the world in order to meet each prospective investor in person feels obsolete and irresponsible. Remote pitching, therefore, is here to stay.
This is something to celebrate. The last year and its forced transition to remote pitching have made VCs easier to access and more generous with their time. At my fund, we’re excited about retaining this new way of engaging with start-ups. If you’re getting ready for a remote pitch, then here are 4 things you need to know: