When a small startup wants to sell to a giant corporate, the startup's financial stability (or rather, lack of it) is often a big stumbling block. Spending slide after slide in your sales presentation about how financially stable and well-funded you are might just give the opposite impression. Maybe it is better to act and behave like a grown up company and the big corporate might just believe you (or "forget" that they are working with a fragile company).

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