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November 25th, 2004
Entrepreneurs Learn Rules for Drawing Investors
In the past six months, C.P. Singh sent out more than 50 copies of a business plan and met with a dozen venture capital firms. At each meeting, he presented slide after technical slide and explained at length the science behind his company's nanotechnology product. He promises to stop doing that.
Singh's use of jargon may not be the only reason his company, Nano Interface Technology Inc., of Lorton, has yet to land the $6 million it seeks, but it probably hasn't helped, he said.
Nano Interface Technology Inc.
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