Changpeng Zhao, the CEO and founder of Binance, guides the budding entrepreneurs in a recent blog, about the communication titbits while approaching for business proposals.\r\nIdeal Time and Place to Pitch New Ideas\u00a0\r\nChangpeng Zhao prefers entrepreneurs to contact his official communication team to pitch their business ideas rather than meeting him at conference places amidst crowds.\r\n\u2018To the Point \u2018Approach to Present the Ideas\u00a0\r\nCZ expounds that business proposal should be pitched clearly and directly rather than a vague and lengthy narrative. CZ adds that vague proposals get ignored most of the time and he prefers a direct approach in the very first sentence.\r\nWhom to Pitch the Ideas\r\nIt\u2019s better to approach the proper channels to get the work done efficiently and rapidly. He suggests approaching the company helpdesk for a speedy action regarding any grievances or to the specified department for any business proposal rather than approaching the top person of the company directly.\r\nOpen for new suggestions\r\nCZ further explains his core interests and role in his companies. He is keen to hire the best team members for his company and personally takes an interest in doing so. He also keeps a tab of the discussions within the business community and embraces the potential suggestions to improve their products and services.\r\n\r\nElaborating more on what he expects while pitching ideas, he mentions certain points:\r\nPitching ideas precisely via pointers\u00a0\r\nFor an efficient conversation, a point to point precisely written presentation is least misunderstood and is easier to perceive. Preferably, a single page pitch creates a good impression of a clear vision.\r\n\r\nGraphical display of ideas might be tricky for a proposal and personally fancies him less. For a job application, he suggests approaching with a handy hardcopy of the resume.\r\nBusiness card for Introduction\r\nWhen one is meeting a person first, or even second time, he might not be able to recollect your name. So the best strategy is to advance every business to meet with a business card.\r\nPitch time ideally 5 minutes\r\nFor effective delivery of ideas, CZ insists that 5 minutes is more than sufficient for a new as well as old business contacts.\r\n\r\nIf one has to pitch someone, get to the point directly rather than lengthy and forcible introduction like a salesman. It also provides space to the front person to inquire more if he develops an interest in the very concept.\r\nPitching with Right Approach\r\nAs per CZ, he prefers an in-person meeting with the following approach:\r\n\r\n \tBusiness card introduction\r\n \tDirect to the Point approach\r\n \tElaborating the benefits of the project directly\r\n \tA single page or single mobile screen proposal\r\n\r\nBest Way to approach\u00a0\r\nPersonally, CZ actively interacts with people on his twitter account, but he asks to fill the request form available on his company website to materialize any personal meeting requests.