At that time, October 2015, it was our very first pitch and we had to develop a lot of materials that were relevant for investors as until then, we strongly focused on development and tech-market-fit. The pitch went well, we scored among the top 1% of all past pitches. That gave us the push to really start the (ad)venture. We got 18 interested business angels for the follow-up meetings. Although the final amount invested was not huge, our benefit was in winning the support of three experienced angels: Daniel Ammann, Paul Peyrot and Yves von Ballmoos. They opened their network for us and helped us to win initial clients and grow faster.