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  1. 1. Founders: Investment Pitch Template (PREMIUM)
  2. 2. The Problem PAIN POINT WHAT IS THE SOLUTION? Insert your own text here Insert your own text here Insert your own text here Heading • Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. • Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. • Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. • Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Heading Describe the problem and why it is a substantial problem Why current solutions are not good enough Why aren‟t there better solutions? $
  3. 3. Market Gap/Opportunity (Option 1) $ Competitor A This is dummy text Unmet Customer needs and Traction received Competitor B This is dummy text MARKET NEEDS Your Company This is dummy text. Go ahead replace with your own
  4. 4. Market Gap/Opportunity (Option 1) Unmet Customer needs and Traction received Competitor A This is dummy text Competitor B This is dummy text MARKET NEEDS Your Company This is dummy text. Go ahead replace with your own What exactly would be an ideal solution? (Lead up to your product) Your product name and how it solves the problem (in one line). Note: Count on talking about the product rather than having everything on the slide Major players and why they are deficient Have you validated the market? Have customers acknowledged there is a problem and your product solves it? Any interest from early adopters? $
  5. 5. Market Gap/Opportunity (Option 2) $ ATTRIBUTE/MARKET NEED 1 ATTRIBUTE/MARKETNEED2 HIGHMEDIUMLOW LOW Insert text Insert text Insert text MEDIUM Insert text Insert text Insert text HIGH Insert text Insert text Insert text Competitor 1 logo YOUR COMPANY Competitor 2 logo PROBLEM TECHNOLOGY/SOLUTION
  6. 6. Product Benefits $ BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Your Product
  7. 7. Product Benefits $ BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. BENEFIT Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Your Product Change clipart if necessary to appropriate images based on benefits.
  8. 8. Target Market Segment $ Insert textInsert textInsert textInsert text Insert textInsert text Insert text Insert text This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own.
  9. 9. Target Market Segment $ Insert textInsert textInsert textInsert text Insert textInsert text Insert text Insert text This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Describe Target Market Segment. Is it substantial? Is it growing? Why will they buy your product? Have you tested your product? Have you received any traction (Interest/Trials) from the target segment? How will you make money from this segment now? In the future? How will you expand to other segments? How scalable is your product? (Do your fixed and variable costs increase proportionately with sales?) Which target will you pick first?
  10. 10. Market Sizing (Option 1) $ Current market and possible share Company A Company B Company C Our company Total Diabetes treatment market: $ X billion dollars Market opportunity Market opportunity Projected market size ($) Bottom up market forecast Prevalence (% population) Diagnostic rate (%) Treatment rate (%) Number of patients treated with drug Price/treatment ($) Expected Market Growth = x % Sources: How feasible is it to be able to capture x% of the market?
  11. 11. Market Sizing (Option 1) $ Market opportunity Market opportunity Projected market size ($) Bottom up market forecast Prevalence (% population) Diagnostic rate (%) Treatment rate (%) Number of patients treated with drug Price/treatment ($) Current market and possible share Company A Company B Company C Our company Total Diabetes treatment market: $ X billion dollars Expected Market Growth = x % Sources: How feasible is it to be able to capture x% of the market? Right click the figure and select “Edit Data” to edit the underlying excel sheet Start with a broad audience and narrow it down using your research data Growth figures typically found in Market Reports. Investors like large growing markets Your projected revenues must be achievable- if reaching a revenue of $ 6 million requires you to capture 70% of the market in the first two years, this is not practical
  12. 12. Market Sizing (Option 2) $ Revenue estimate Competition Historical data Business benefit Need Primary research data Ability to serve Channel availability Company credibility Scalability Price point Total Available Market Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m Total Addressable Market Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m Revenue Estimate Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m
  13. 13. Market Sizing (Option 2) $ Revenue estimate Competition Historical data Business benefit Need Primary research data Ability to serve Channel availability Company credibility Scalability Price point Total Available Market Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m Total Addressable Market Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m Revenue Estimate Segment A $120 m Segment B $100 m Segment C $75 m Start with a broad audience and narrow it down using your research data. Example: X people with Diabetes under three categories: Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational. List reasons why you are narrowing down your focus. Might be just one factor instead of so many.
  14. 14. Competition $ COMPARISON MATRIX Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit Your company      A      B      C      D     
  15. 15. Competition $ COMPARISON MATRIX Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit Your company      A      B      C      D      Again, pick only benefits/features that matter to your target audience. Rows and Columns can be added/deleted
  16. 16. Sales and Marketing $ TEXT HERE SALES STRATEGY (INCLUDING LICENSING & DISTRIBUTION) DIRECT MARKETING METHODS INBOUND MARKETING AND WEB MARKETING
  17. 17. Sales and Marketing $ TEXT HERE SALES STRATEGY (INCLUDING LICENSING & DISTRIBUTION) DIRECT MARKETING METHODS INBOUND MARKETING AND WEB MARKETING You might not need to list every possible detail but show investors how you plan to sell your product. Through what channels? What marketing methods will you use? Make sure the strategy is a good fit for your specific target audience.
  18. 18. Financial Projections $ Revenue multiple for industry $ Exit valuation $ 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Revenue Cogs Gross Margin Eng SG&A Total Op Exp Operating Income Net Income
  19. 19. Financial Projections $ Revenue multiple for industry $ Exit valuation $ 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Revenue Cogs Gross Margin Eng SG&A Total Op Exp Operating Income Net Income Talk about your Cost Structure and Margins It is often enough to project operating income Are other companies in the industry valued (or acquired) at 3x/4x.. their revenues? Some industries may prefer to use Operating Income Multiples. Investors often look for annual rates of return (IRR) higher than 30%. At this point, talk about how much investment you require and what your pre-money valuation is today so investors get an idea of how much of your company they will own and hence their ROI at exit.
  20. 20. Sources and Uses of Funds $ Sources and Uses of Funds Sources of Funds Capital Contributed by Investing Members $ Capital Contributed by Managing Member (Olson Brewing Services) $ Note Payable $ Uses of Funds Purchase of Wet Lab $ Leasehold Improvements $ Additional Working Capital $ Inventory $ Legal and Accounting $ Deposits $ Training Expenses $ Furniture and Fixture Upgrade $ Consulting $ Seeking: $ _________ Investment
  21. 21. Sources and Uses of Funds $ Sources and Uses of Funds Sources of Funds Capital Contributed by Investing Members $ Capital Contributed by Managing Member (Olson Brewing Services) $ Note Payable $ Uses of Funds Purchase of Wet Lab $ Leasehold Improvements $ Additional Working Capital $ Inventory $ Legal and Accounting $ Deposits $ Training Expenses $ Furniture and Fixture Upgrade $ Consulting $ Seeking: $ _________ Investment Most entrepreneurs prefer to put this slide in the additional slides section so they have it ready when questions about use of funds arise. It is important to be realistic in terms of costs otherwise you run the risk of the VC thinking you haven‟t done your homework
  22. 22. Milestones $ Market Research Business Plan Legal Documents Insurance Find Location, Rent Purchase Equipment Purchase Inventory& Materials Loan, Purchase Equipment Promotion & Business Sign 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Insert Your text Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert Your text Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text
  23. 23. Milestones $ Market Research Business Plan Legal Documents Insurance Find Location, Rent Purchase Equipment Purchase Inventory& Materials Loan, Purchase Equipment Promotion & Business Sign 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Insert Your text Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert Your text Use this space to briefly describe the heading of this box. Insert Your text • Insert text • Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Use this space to describe each milestone These bars can be resized and moved depending on when you will start working on the activities and when the milestone will be achieved.
  24. 24. Risks $ Risk mitigation strategy: • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Social acceptance risk and corporate social responsibility Access to credit Cost cutting Managing talent Radical greening
  25. 25. Risks $ Risk mitigation strategy: • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Social acceptance risk and corporate social responsibility Access to credit Cost cutting Managing talent Radical greening VCs understand the inherent risks in any business so don‟t hesitate to list any possible risks you foresee. What is more important is having a risk mitigation strategy- it shows investors that you have considered each risk and have a plan in place to combat any reasonably foreseeable situation. Every business has risks. You may choose to classify them like we have done or use your own method of classification. But organizing the risks instead of presenting a bullet point list is more effective. The closer a risk is to the center, the higher its probability.
  26. 26. Key Team members $ Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text
  27. 27. Key Team members $ Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Click to add text Have a picture of each team members if possible especially if everyone cannot meet the investors in person. Also, talk about their qualifications and accomplishments. Keep things brief and concise so that investors can retain this information in their minds while making the decision.
  28. 28. Summary $ Value Architecture Value Proposition/ Customer Offer Distribution Architecture Customers • What is our offering? • How do we reach our costumers? • How do we communicate with our customers? • What are our Customers • What job do we solve for our customers? Value Chain • What are our value creating steps? • What is our value chain? Customer Benefits Core Capabilities Partner • What benefit we create for our customers? • What benefit do we create for our partners? • What are the core capabilities we need? • Which partners do we need? Revenue Model Cost Structure Sources of Revenue • Cost structure is defined by the value architecture • With what do we earn money? Culture/ Values Leadership Style Relationship Style Values • What leadership style do we have? • How do we interact with each other and the customer? • What values do we pursue? Customer Activity Activity 3Activity 2Activity 1
  29. 29. Summary $ Value Architecture Value Proposition/ Customer Offer Distribution Architecture Customers • What is our offering? • How do we reach our costumers? • How do we communicate with our customers? • What are our Customers • What job do we solve for our customers? Value Chain • What are our value creating steps? • What is our value chain? Customer Benefits Core Capabilities Partner • What benefit we create for our customers? • What benefit do we create for our partners? • What are the core capabilities we need? • Which partners do we need? Revenue Model Cost Structure Sources of Revenue • Cost structure is defined by the value architecture • With what do we earn money? Culture/ Values Leadership Style Relationship Style Values • What leadership style do we have? • How do we interact with each other and the customer? • What values do we pursue? Customer Activity Activity 3Activity 2Activity 1 This is a great slide to end your presentation- it summarizes your company, what it does and why you will be successful in the market you are targeting. You might not have information under each of these points and that is OK – You could say “We are still planning our supply-chain strategy but this is how it might look like”. Again, it shows investors you are aware of potential decisions to be made.
  30. 30. Additional Slides Use slides in this section to replace the ones in the presentation if you think they fit better OR Use them to show additional information you might want to present in case you are asked specific questions. For instance: Can you explain your value proposition better? OR How exactly do you plan to grow?
  31. 31. $ The value proposition is a promise of value to be delivered and a belief from the customer that value will be experienced Which market is the value proposition being created? Which product or services are being offered? Value experience or customer experience: what does the market value most? What proof or evidence is here to substantiate your value proposition? What alternative options does the market have to the product or alternatives What are the benefits the market will derive from the product or service? Review and analysis of the benefits, costs and value that an organization can deliver to its customers, prospective customers within and outside the organization Value Proposition
  32. 32. $ Growth Plan Concept Product Dev. Alpha/ Beta Test Launch/ 1st Ship Revenue Plan Marketing • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text Sales • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text Business Development • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text Engineering/ Product Management • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text • Insert text Growth
  33. 33. $ Snapshot Summary • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • Business Executive in Large to Medium Enterprises • Customer- Competitive Sports, Mommy Bloggers • School-Learning Objectives Customer Segments • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Customer Relationship • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Channels • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Activities • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Resources • Twitter Community • Facebook Community • LinkedIn Community Partners • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. • This is a dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. Value Proposition
  34. 34. $ Legal Status and Structure Limited Partners (Investors)General Partners ( VC Firm) Venture Capital Fund (Limited Partnership)
  35. 35. $ Target Customer Profile This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own.
  36. 36. $ How the Market Need/Gap is Addressed This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own. This is dummy text. Go ahead and replace with your own.
  37. 37. $ Market Size $390 M (TAM) $300 M (SAM) $200 M (Targe t) Comm unicati on & audio 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Growth Series 1 Enter the details of your market size segments, Total Addressable Market (TAM), market value and the details e.g., market share seems small, but the # of customers are growing in Segment A. Please include the sources/ years for which the market share figures correspond.
  38. 38. $ Market Size Methodology Value Explanation Source Population Size 1 billion Total Indian population 2012 Incidence of all cancer .532% New cases each year Total Incidence of Cancer in India All cancers are considered here Incidence of NEW Breast Cancer cases among women in India % Only patients who are freshly diagnosed and treated are considered New breast cancer cases among women in India Direct Cost of diagnosis, treatment and monitoring (in the first 2 years) Worked out based on information from this website Total market size for new breast cancer case monitoring and treatment The market size for new breast cancer treatment and diagnosis in India
  39. 39. $ Value ChainPrimaryActivities Inbound Logistics Operations Outbound Logistics Marketing and Sales Services SupportActivities Infrastructure Human Resource Management Technology Development Procurement
  40. 40. $ Management Team How to insert thumbnails : Select the colored box by double clicking it, Right Click>go to „Format Shape‟, on the pop-up dialogue box select „Fill‟, from the „Fill‟ properties select „Picture or texture fill‟ now in the select from section click „File‟ and choose your desired images. CEO Engineering Product Support SalesMarketing Community Manager CTO Designers Email+Phone Introductory Agreement Analytic Manager Front End Feature Management Second Level (Sys Ops) Pre-Sales Back End Database Account Management
  41. 41. $ Sales and Marketing BuildawarenessandInterest AssessLevelsandDetailsofPain Qualifyopportunity Keep Customers Up-Sell Next-Sell Cross-Sell Referrals Get Customers Grow CustomersMarketing Telesales Telemarketing Direct Mail Internet Advertising Trade Shows Webinars Seminars Client/Partner, Referrals, Word of Mouth Viral Loop Blogs, RSS, e-mails Contest, Events Loyalty Programs Outreach Programs Product Updates
  42. 42. $ Strategic Partnerships Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Insert text Inserttext Inserttext Inserttext
  43. 43. $ Business Matrix HIGHMEDIUMLOW LOW Insert text Insert text Insert text MEDIUM Insert text Insert text Insert text HIGH Insert text Insert text Insert text PROBLEM TECHNOLOGY/SOLUTION Idea 1 Idea 3 Idea 2
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