Still, depending on the industry, it may make sense to file a patent for the secret sauce or technology of your idea. Even if you talk about your idea, you may be able to bring over what it’s about without revealing all the ingredients. And this is true with telling other about your idea. If you have kept it so close to yourself, then it’s very likely that you have not gotten feedback yet on your idea, and that means your idea is still not good. Feedback also may help you make your idea better or give it a new, more marketable/viable/feasible spin. And lastly, if somebody can steal your idea ad execute better, then it’s your own fault. You have worried too much instead of using the head start advantage and execute on the idea. As for your question about the pitch deck, please refer to the attachment I have included in the previous email with the guidelines for the event. The pitch is a 2-minute elevator pitch that permits only you and your message, so no slide decks, visual aids or notes of any kind will be permitted.
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