From an investor point of view, the cliche is "investor prefers type A management team with a type B product rather than the reverse".
A startup cannot afford CFO, CEO. Founder has to roll up the sleeves and do as much as he/she can both on product development related technical/engineering issues as well as on sales and business issues.
I researched the market, did the sales strategies, developed the product, talked to potential clients, did the R&D, got sales started, etc.
When facing investor, if such question about who are my management team. I can't really say none. So what is the best way to answer this question?
How do I entice the investor to question me all the product development, sales & marketing issues since I really am a one man army. I know the investor will if he is interested. But I want to make sure he will not throw my business plan in the garbage when he sees there is a lack of management team.