Presentations

Richard Siskey A Successful Pitch to Angel Investors

“There are some very important things to consider when making a pitch to any investor or venture capital firm.”

Richard Siskey is an angel investor from Charlotte, North Carolina with over 25 years of entrepreneurial success. For more than a quarter of a century, Richard Siskey has had a unique eye in recognizing good investment opportunities. He has financed them, assisted to build their growth and strong businesses successfully matured as a result. “When a small business owner is pitching an idea there are some things to take into consideration,” notes Siskey. Amongst many of his principles and guidelines to considering a potential investment from a successful pitch, he shares a few of the following on what he calls, the “three point takeaway” to remember…(full article)

Richard Siskey Offers Advice to College Graduates

“I think folks right out of university need to understand that life is life and sometimes, you just have to deal with it as you journey along,” says Siskey

Richard Siskey states they want people who will not do half-hearted work in their organization. “Apathetic employees who only do work half correctly are not employees that last long,” says Richard Siskey. Like never before, he maintains that in this economy employers are looking for hard workers. Don’t expect life to be fair, is another word of wisdom that Richard Siskey often shares with college graduates. “I think folks right out of university need to understand that life is life and sometimes, you just have to deal with it as you journey along,” says Siskey…(full article)

Richard Siskey & Winning Principles of Management

“There are many principles to keep in mind when it comes to management and successfully working with people,” says Richard Siskey.

Entrepreneur and angel investor Richard Siskey has built, funded and sold many businesses; and in that process he has spent over thirty years managing people. “There are many principles to keep in mind when it comes to management and successfully working with people,” says Richard Siskey. In this article, Richard Siskey narrows down five of them. “While these principles are not the final word on business management, they are extremely valuable,” adds Richard Siskey…(full article)