Business plan presentation template

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WHAT SHOULD A BUSINESS PLAN COVER?
A business plan is a ‘Plan for your Business’. It is not a document that you make for the investors. It is a document that you should prepare for yourself. Writing down your business plan helps you think through the assumptions clearly, and often writing helps you identify impracticalities in the through process.

Yes, for investor presentations too, a business plan is necessary.

Broadly speaking, a business plan should communicate the following to an investor:
• What are you selling and to whom?
• How large do you see the company growing to – what is your own aspiration for the company?
• How are you going to implement it?
• How are you going to make money?
• Why are you the right team for the investors to invest in ?

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Business plan presentation template

  1. 1. A plan for your business Do it for yourself… not just for investors What is a Business Plan?
  2. 2. Investors look for CAP Clarity Ability Profitability – business case
  3. 3. Key decision making points for investors Will this team deliver Is the need /opportunity real Is the market size large and can this venture scale Is there a Sustainable Competitive Advantage Are the assumptions practical
  4. 4. Team Name One line business description: e.g. “We are an online music release platform for artistes to well or share their music’ City: Stage: i.e. concept, post-pilot stage, growth stage Contact Person: E-mail id: Mobile:
  5. 5. Overview of your business Should answer the questions “Who will pay how much, to whom and for what” •What is your service/product/concept? i.e. what do you do? i.e. Concept •Whom is this service targeted at? i.e. your customers/consumers? i.e Who will pay •What is the business model? I.e. how much will they pay and to whom •What is the pain point you are addressing or what is the opportunity you are targeting? i.e. the need/value proposition
  6. 6. Team • Brief description of each team member with key points on what he/she brings to the team [e.g. someone could lead technology, someone could lead marketing, etc.]
  7. 7. Product / Service Differentiator • Highlight the uniqueness of your offering i.e. why would your users be excited about your offering?
  8. 8. What is the size of the opportunity • Potential • What markets are you addressing e.g. India, global, etc. – be specific for the 18 – 24 months horizon
  9. 9. Business model e.g. how do you plan to make money? How are you going to make money e.g. Our business model is to charge customers Rs____ per month for the service. Payment will be collected in advance for a quarter. What price point and how does that translate into revenue
  10. 10. Implementation plan How do you intend to implement this concept? •Operations: procurement/supply chain/logistics/fulfillment, etc. •Marketing: how will you get customers •Org chart •Mention your key assumptions, and highlight if different than generally accepted numbers
  11. 11. Your goals • In the next 3 – 6 months • In the next 12 – 18 months or 24 months • In the next 5 years • Indicate when you become profitable Current achievements / status:
  12. 12. Competitive landscape • Who will you compete with? [current or in future] • Why would someone choose you over them? • Why do you have a chance to be a dominant player?
  13. 13. Funding objective • How much do you need • What do you need the money for i.e. what will you achieve with this money, when do you see profitability Also mention any fund raising history, if any
  14. 14. Matrices being tracked
  15. 15. Needs gaps What areas do you need assistance on
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