Introducing yourself and your startup to the person you are talking to is an essential part of your pitch. In one or two sentences, you should be able to state your name and your role at your startup. From this introduction, you should be able to start the conversation with whomever you meet.
Here, a few examples of introducing yourself and your startup to your audience and potential investors include:
“Hello, I am Mark, the founder at ImagineVerse that provides unique NFTs for your metaverse identity.”
It is a one-liner introduction that packs information about you, your job description at your startup, and what your startup does.
However, here is an example of a bad introduction:
“Hello, I am Mark, a cum laude Harvard graduate that excels in each of my endeavors. I am the founder of ImagineVerse. My startup is unique and the future face of Web 3.0 and all it is offering ….”
Try not to bore out your audience with all the nitty-gritty details. They do value their time, and so should you. Go straight to introducing yourself and your startup.