Q: What are some common questions asked by VCs during a first pitch meeting?

A:  At MATH Venture Partners we're focused on customer acquisition and so most of what we ask during these meetings is to learn about the customer acquisition strategy, current traction, go-to-market plan and related areas. Typically VCs will want to learn about the team, product and technology behind it, business model and sales. The most important thing to convey during the first meeting is, 

1. What problem are you solving and what's the solution?

2. Who is your customer?

3. Why are you the best person to solve this? What is the unfair advantage or differentiators?