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Generic VC Investor Pitch Deck

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Kip McClanahan's example pitch deck for venture investors. The discussion can be found here: http://kipmcc.wordpress.com/2009/08/01/combined-vc-pitch-deck-examples-discus/

Kip McClanahan's example pitch deck for venture investors. The discussion can be found here: http://kipmcc.wordpress.com/2009/08/01/combined-vc-pitch-deck-examples-discus/

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  • 1. NewCo Overview July 16, 2009 Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009 Why is this here????? Example Investor Pitch Deck Slides and descriptions by Kip McClanahan; These slides are examples from DIFFERENT COMPANIES AT DIFFERENT LIFE STAGES; THEY ARE NOT INTENDED TO CREATE A SINGLE COHERENT PRESENTATION. in this presentation were originally described here: http://kipmcc.wordpress.com/2009/08/01/combined-vc-pitch-deck-examples-discus /
  • 2. Agenda and Company Snapshot
    • Agenda
    • Background
      • Brief industry overview
      • NewCo Business
    • Company & Business Details
      • Success criteria & current mile stones
      • Product / Technology / Secret Sauce
    • Financial Overview & Pipeline
    • Financing & Use of Proceeds
    Company Snapshot Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009 Business focus Here’s where you get to put what you do, who you do it for and why that matters in one thin sentence. Target markets List your target customers (today & future) by big-name categories like and “health care,” “IT” or similar Partners & Customers List actual partners and customers that you’ve had material conversations with Employees List FTE and contractors separately Investors Capital Factory, anyone else? Founded Q? 2009 Headquarters Austin, Texas 2009E Financials Bookings: $xyz million Revenue: $xyz million Expense: $xyz thousand
  • 3. Next Generation Home Security Market
    • Next Generation Home Security, Monitoring and Automation
      • Next Generation Home Security
      • Remote Monitoring
      • Energy Management
      • Lighting/Thermostat Control
      • Elderly and Home Health Care
      • Entertainment Management/Control
    2007 2011 $33B 80M HH’s Traditional Home Security $47B 90M HH’s
    • NewCo’s Platform & Product Offering
      • NewCo can access entire $47B market
      • Next-Gen Home Security, Monitoring, Automation
    $7.5B 11M HH’s $38B 88M HH’s
  • 4. Basic model for THE SLIDE Phase One Name Product #3 Product #4 Product #1 So lution Thingy Product #5 Nifty bundle of stuff What you do in Phase 2 The BIG problem / solution relative to your vision The Phase One Problem, Solution Pithy but logical business / challenge / solution evolution over time Real, Today Real, real soon Real in the future The Past The Future Phase Two Name Phase Three Name (aka your vision)
  • 5. NewCo Product Line Big Iron Security Systems Management System 2.0 Gbps 4x10/100/1000 Copper/Fiber Automatic Digital Vaccine Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009 1.2 Gbps 4x10/100/1000 Copper/Fiber 400 Mbps 4x10/100 Copper/Fiber 200 Mbps 2x10/100 Copper 2.0 Gbps 20x10/100/1000 Copper/Fiber
  • 6.
  • 7. Competition, Secret Sauce Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009
  • 8. Current Customers, Partners, Discussions
    • Sales cycles seem to be 4 to 6 on average; deal size is $50k-$250k
    • Training channel partners this quarter; 1-2 active sales cycles next
    • Pipeline filled up through inside sales cold-calling and email response
    Customers Pipeline Partners
  • 9. Financial Information & Projections Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009 Headcount 2 2 3 3 4 4
  • 10. Financing Details
    • Existing Investors
      • Founders seed funded the company for 3 months
        • Approximately $100k invested by founders & family
      • Raised $20k from Capital Factory
        • Common stock, $xyz valuation
    • Would like to raise $zyx
      • Lasts company 12 months
      • Use of proceeds
        • Hiring 2 people: developer, sales
        • Incremental server capacity
        • Critical tool / service we need to run business
      • Timing: would like to close in next 90 days
  • 11. Team
  • 12. Thank you. Presented to InvestCoVentures, July 16 2009