Startup Weekend Presentation 101

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How to structure your Sunday night presentation.

Consider this as just a guideline of the important points you might wish to convey during your presentation. Feel free to add your own flavour and ignore anything that doesn't apply.

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  • I probably should add that I am a huge advocate of talking about the team right at the start of the presentation. This should certainly be standard practice outside of Startup Weekend.

    So, why then, did I choose to put the team slide at the end of this deck? Simply because most Startup Weekend team presenters are not experienced in presenting, which leads to poor timing. If you blow half of your pitch talking about the details of your team, you're unlikely to recover the presentation in the remaining time.
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Startup Weekend Presentation 101

  1. 1. Sunday Presentations
  2. 2. Did you see what I did there?
  3. 3. Title Visual SubtitleSunday Presentations
  4. 4. Judging CriteriaCUSTOMER VALIDATION BUSINESS MODEL Get Out Competition Listen Differentiation Talk Strategy Learn Revenue EXECUTION ...AND BEYOND Challenge Viability Evolve Demand Show Team
  5. 5. Choose the important points to discussCreate a story flow1 > 2 > 3 > 4 > 5
  6. 6. • Problem• Solution• Marketing• Competition• Sales / Monetization• Achievements• Conclusion• Team
  7. 7. What’s the problem? Who suffers it? How big is it? Show the problem. Tell a story.Use a problem statement.
  8. 8. 3 steps toIntroduce your solution Name Mission tagline Explain more details
  9. 9. Solution Show how yourproduct/service works Working demo (Not live!) Prototype Mockup
  10. 10. Marketing Who are your users? Who are your customers? How large is the market?How will you enter the market?
  11. 11. Competition Direct competitors Indirect competitorsYour competitive advantage
  12. 12. Sales / Money Business modelWhere’s the money Growth strategy
  13. 13. Achievements What did you do?What challenges did you face? Next steps? Goals?
  14. 14. ConclusionThe one thing you want the audience to remember.
  15. 15. Team ContactWho are they? What do they do? Are they an expert? @StartupWeekend www.startupweekend.org

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