There are a lot of noise about the perfect pitch out there.
Purveyors of startup stuff are selling their perfect pitch deck solution templates for as low as $150 templates and as high as $3,000 (Who on earth will pay three grand for a deck?) And there are also “Free” templates and PowerPoint slides decks ready to fill with your stuff. How well does all this work? Not much.
As a team of startup supporters we have listened and watched hundreds (if not thousands) of presentations. And, we can say without hesitation that the majority of the really suck! There is a tiny portion (not even 5%) which are truly unique and convey a good message and a great story. The rest is, well garbage.
There is a saying in sales: “A confused mind never buys”. And many do not understand the meaning of this sentence. If the presenter does not have a clear, , concise, focused and precise presentation, if he is confused about his own process, how on earth would the prospect sitting across him can buy into his offer? Don’t leave a prospect confused! Yes, you guessed it: a confused mind will not buy!
So we decided to have a training course about what does the perfect pitch should look and sound like? This is not “one template fits all” blogosphere type of advise! After a brief interview with you we will lay out the path of achieving the best presentation possible.
In this training session we will cover the essentials of pitching to investors, including:
How to explain your story
How to explain their problem
Why your solution is the most viable
What is the market fit of your solution
What makes your approach unique
What makes your team unique and why
Which metrics you need to cover
What is the competition gap
What have you accomplished thus far
How you plan competitive advantage and for financial success in the future
How much capital you need to achieve success
How will you use the raised capital
How will the investors make money
How to best position your company after you achieve success
How to stack all of the above in a meaningful way so you do NOT confuse your prospect (Investors or Sales)
Sign up for our training session for the perfect pitch.