These are three things investors are looking for in a business pitch — straight from "Shark" investor Rohan Oza himself:
1. "Go in with passion," Rohan says. "You don't have to be loud, but you have to be passionate. Get that passion across, because people will connect with you first. "
2. "Get to the idea real quick," he goes on. "Why are you there?"
3. "I need some numbers," the "Shark explains. "Get me to numbers that show proof of concept. I prefer that you've got a million dollars in sales in Chicago only versus a million dollars in sales nationwide. Because then I'm shown the depth of engagement. You're showing this is a real idea."