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7 Must-Haves
for an Investor
Pitch Deck
Raising money for your business requires the
presentation of a lifetime. Before you take those first
meetings, make sure y...
01.
A Perfect
Elevator
Pitch
Make sure you’re able to give a clear and concise
explanation of your company’s product or se...
02.
Do your research and create
a solid outline for where your
company fits among existing
products or services. Prove
tha...
03. Your Business Model
Break out the calculator.
Be ready to discuss in
detail how you make
money. It’s best to have
prov...
04. Financial Growth Plan
You want your company to
grow, but that often comes at
a price. It’s important to know
not just ...
05.
The Ask
Let investors know how you plan to use their investment. For
example, if you determine from your financial for...
06.
Your Team
Whether your company is made
up of first-time entrepreneurs
or well-seasoned professionals,
make sure to pre...
07. Enthusiasm
Beyond all the numbers and
research, remember to prove
that you have a true passion
for your business. Whet...
If you plan on receiving funding
from investors, it’s never too
early to start planning and
organizing your company’s
pitc...
For more tips on how to
fund your business, visit the
Staples Small Business Hub.
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Raising money for your business requires the presentation of a lifetime. Before you take those first meetings, make sure your pitch deck is fully equipped with these seven essentials. These tips can be applied to any investor presentation, whether you're pitching it to family and friends or venture capitalists.

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7 Must-Haves for an Investor Pitch Deck

  1. 7 Must-Haves for an Investor Pitch Deck
  2. Raising money for your business requires the presentation of a lifetime. Before you take those first meetings, make sure your pitch deck is fully equipped with these seven essentials. These tips can be applied to any investor presentation, whether you’re pitching it to family and friends or venture capitalists.
  3. 01. A Perfect Elevator Pitch Make sure you’re able to give a clear and concise explanation of your company’s product or service in 10 seconds or less. The more direct you are about what your company does and why it’s important, the more confidence investors will have in your overall pitch.
  4. 02. Do your research and create a solid outline for where your company fits among existing products or services. Prove that there’s room for growth in that market, and make sure you’re familiar with your competition. Market Research
  5. 03. Your Business Model Break out the calculator. Be ready to discuss in detail how you make money. It’s best to have proven numbers to show potential investors, such as revenue, cost of goods sold, pricing, your sales and distribution model, and your customer pipeline.
  6. 04. Financial Growth Plan You want your company to grow, but that often comes at a price. It’s important to know not just how much money you need to expand now, but how much you will need to continue growing. For example, include forecasts for how you’ll scale operationally and financially, customer acquisition costs and how you’ll remain competitive.
  7. 05. The Ask Let investors know how you plan to use their investment. For example, if you determine from your financial forecast that you need $50,000, tell them what it’s for: equipment and inventory. Explaining the reasoning behind your ask will prove that your valuation is well thought out and that you have a solid plan to take your business to the next stage of growth.
  8. 06. Your Team Whether your company is made up of first-time entrepreneurs or well-seasoned professionals, make sure to present the faces and knowledge behind your business. This will give investors a humanistic element to connect with and further their confidence in your vision.
  9. 07. Enthusiasm Beyond all the numbers and research, remember to prove that you have a true passion for your business. Whether you include a slide with the story behind your business or ensure that your verbal pitch has short anecdotes that show your enthusiasm, make sure to clearly convey passion in your presentation.
  10. If you plan on receiving funding from investors, it’s never too early to start planning and organizing your company’s pitch deck. Regardless of which stage your business is in, make sure you’re keeping track of any information that might be applicable to your deck down the line. Advice InspirationAction You know your business better than anyone, so make sure this comes through when you’re creating and presenting your pitch deck. Confidence is often the unspoken key to a pitch’s success. “Most giving is 80% emotion and 20% rational. And the best way to get to someone’s emotions is to tell a story” —Unknown
  11. For more tips on how to fund your business, visit the Staples Small Business Hub.

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