Pitch deck outline: What to include to get funded? Your next fundraising round can bring in the capital that could mean giving up the idea or making it a reality.
Pitch deck overview: Information to include to get funded?
What information would you include for investors? That’s one of the most critical questions entrepreneurs face.
Your next fundraising round could bring in seven, eight, or nine figures. Important capital that could mean all the difference between having to give up on your idea or making it a reality.
Bringing in this money is going to heavily rely on your pitch deck. Everything can ride on how effective your deck is. Here are the slides you need and what to put on them to make your startup fundable.
The Cover Slide
You only get one chance at making a first impression. This makes the cover your most important slide. If this slide isn’t good no one will swipe to view the rest.
This is the slide for your startup’s company name, logo, and contact information. Set it all up with a good tagline or slogan too – an essential for a pitch deck outline.
The Problem Slide
To get funded you need a strong problem to solve. Be crisp, clear, and simple about the one main problem you are solving. Show the pain associated with it.
The Solution Slide
How is your startup going to solve this big problem? What’s the big vision and strategy to help people out of this painful problem?
How big is this market? How much is it projected to grow over the next few years? What is your potential share of this market? Your numbers are ideally at least in the billions of dollars range. Take your time here, this is one of the most important data points for investors.
Every startup has competition. If you don’t see the competition, then you haven’t done your research or aren’t thinking far enough out. Competition isn’t a bad thing. Show who they are and position your startup against them for your benefit.
Ready for some detailed information on a pitch deck outline. Check out this video that I have put together.
Competitive Advantages Slide
What advantages does your startup have over potential competitors? What are your strengths? How would you identify the one thing that you can keep excelling at to stay out ahead of them and build value?
The Product Slide
What is the product you are creating to solve this problem? Use images to show prototypes, screenshots of it, or how it is commonly used in real-life settings.
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