We will cover, among others:
Your story and vision is an emotional introduction to your big picture and what personally motivated you to launch your venture.
Your team, preferably showing a mix of technical and commercial expertise, is your greatest asset and should give investors the assurance it can drive the company towards financial sustainability.
Here we visually show and explain what your product does, why there is a need for it, and the pain your customers experience if they don’t use it.
Once the investor understands what your startup does, it’s time to share some proof that you are successful in doing this or that you will be successful as soon as you get the product out on the market.
Here we explain how big is the market you operate in and how this market is expected to grow over time. We will then focus on a specific customers’ segment of the market that you will first target with your product.
Here we explain your future trajectories and roadmaps. We show how your technology will improve over time and what business development activities you plan to carry out in the next 3-5 years.
In this part we explain how you earn money and how that revenue model comes together with your market estimation and go-to-market plan shown before.
Here we explain what your close competitors do wrong, what sets you apart from them and how your product is superior.
Here we explain what necessary steps you have taken to protect your innovation and made it hard to copy.
Here we show your last fiscal year recurring revenues, and next 5 years projections to give investors the feeling you will be running a profitable and scalable business.
Here we tell investors how much you want to raise, what you want to achieve with it and the return of investment to them.
*** During the workshop participants will also have a chance to present their own decks and get feedback. After the workshop participants will get a Pitch Deck template to customise for their own use. ***