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Тренинги, Курсы, Обучение — Agile, Scrum, OKR
17 October, 2022 г.
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How to create a startup pitch deck?

The pitch deck is an important part of your company's pitch to investors. It's also an opportunity for you to get a…

How to create a startup pitch deck?

A pitch deck is a presentation that's used to sell your startup to potential investors.

The pitch deck is an important part of your company's pitch to investors. It's also an opportunity for you to get a feel for your product and how it will be received by your audience.

Start with a problem you've identified. Then, brainstorm as many solutions as you can for that problem. From there, narrow it down to one or two solutions that are the most promising.

Next, identify your target audience and communicate how your product is relevant to them.

After that, outline your product's value proposition and how it will resolve the problem you identified in step one. Explain how it is different from any other solution on the market.

Finally, identify who will be responsible for each part of this process and what their roles are going to be.

It's also called a business plan, and it should include the following:

  • A brief description of your company, including its name and mission statement.
  • Why you're different from competitors.
  • Your company's history, including who founded it and any notable achievements or milestones.
  • The problem you're solving for customers, including what they need and how much they are willing to pay for it.
  • A description of the solution your team has come up with to solve that problem, including how you will make money from it.
  • An overview of the business model—how will you make money? What are your costs? Who are your customers? What marketing channels will you use? How much traction do you have so far? What are some examples of success stories from similar companies?
  • Financial projections for three years: sales projections, expenses projections, capital requirements (if any), revenue streams (if any), profit margins (if any).