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Startup Strategy PPT Slide Template

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Present tips, diagrams and information on starting a business in high-quality design with our Startup Strategy PowerPoint presentation.

Each business begins with a brilliant idea and the courage of its inventor. Such young companies are called "startups" and are characterized by a high degree of innovation and growth potential.
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Being on the cutting edge and looking for "the next big thing"

For a startup to be successful, finding a well-thought-out business strategy is necessary. A startup strategy illuminates your business idea from all sides and calculates financing, competitiveness and other factors with a medium to long-term focus to ensure that your company is still fresh.
Our Startup Strategy slides will summarize the range of possibilities and serve as a guide on the road to your own business.

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Startup Strategy PPT Slide Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES Startup strategy
  2. 2. STARTUP STRATEGY POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. Sun Tzu (Philosopher, 544 – 496 BC)
  4. 4. FOUNDATIONS Startup Matrix START-UP MATRIX Existing Products New Products Existing Market No Startup Startup:  innovative product development New market Startup:  launch Startup:  innovative consumer development
  5. 5. FOUNDATIONS Basic Startup Strategy Aspects  To find your own way  To know your competitive advantage  To be flexible  To be well-prepared  To demonstrate creativity and perseverance  To expand your network  To take smart risks  To benefit from qualitative and quantitative relationships  To share and enhance your knowledge LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES BENEFITS
  6. 6. FOUNDATIONS Strategy Elements STRATEGY IMPLEMENT A PLAN TEST FEASIBILITY ACCURATE PREPARATION
  7. 7. COMPONENTS Basic Elements Vision Goals Customers Competition Finance Legal Documents Taxes Marketing
  8. 8. COMPONENTS Goals WHAT DO YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE AS AN ENTREPRENEUR? DO YOU WANT TO INCLUDE FAMILY? IS THERE A SPECIAL REASON FOR YOUR STARTUP BUSINESS? HOW LARGE OR SMALL DO YOU WANT YOUR BUSINESS TO BE? DO YOU WANT TO HIRE AND MANAGE ANY STAFF? HOW WILL YOUR BUSINESS AFFECT THE LIVES OF YOUR CUSTOMERS? Make alistwithanexplanation for implementation Define bothyourshort – termand long-termGoals Remembertoputmoreemphasis on short-termgoals whenbeginningastartup
  9. 9. COMPONENTS Private Law Legal Forms Business startups involve establishing the right type of company. A legal document (legal corporate form) includes either financial, tax or legal policies. NN SOLE PROPRIETORS PARTNERSHIPS CORPORATIONS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP (L.P.) GENERAL PARTNERSHIP (G.P.) PARTNERSHIP COMPANY (CO.) SILENT ARTNERSHIP CIVIL LAW INC. & CO. L.P. INCORPORATED (INC.) JOINT STOCK COMPANY (JSC) Limited Liability Company (LLC)
  10. 10. COMPONENTS Taxes When starting a business, you also have to consider the country’s income taxes. The rate of each country varies, so if you are planning on expanding your business to an international level, you should be aware of which countries pay the most (e.g. Italy is almost 50%). COUNTRY INCOME TAX RATE (%) Italy 49.41 India 45.10 United Kingdom 42.72 France 41.90 Canada 41.87 Japan 41.32 Australia 40.70 United States 39.55 Germany 39.39 South Africa 38.22 China 37.95 Argentina 35.98 Turkey 35.36 South Korea 34.25 Indonesia 30.22 Mexico 29.40 Brazil 26.68 Russia 13.00 Saudi Arabia 3.14
  11. 11. COMPONENTS Marketing QUALIFYING THE TARGET MARKETS Who is your ideal consumer (customer profile)? Who will lead your business to success? FIND THE METHODS AND TOOLS FOR YOUR STRATEGY Marketing is the progress of finding, communicating and instructing the market about your products and services. TESTING YOUR MARKET STRATEGY Have you chosen the best combination of marketing tools and methods? IDENTIFYING ALL TARGET MARKETS Who are your ideal consumers and target markets? Marketing
  12. 12. STRATEGY Different Business Strategies Depending on Performance, Quality and Price Performance/Quality PRICE COST LEADERSHIP NICHE DIFFERENTIATION
  13. 13. STRATEGY Differentiation in Quality Quality, performance, image, design, lifespan Quality, performance, image, design, lifespan Quality, performance, image, design, lifespan Design, symbols, events, testimonials product Staff SERVICE IMAGE
  14. 14. STRATEGY Minimal Viable Product (MVP) BRINGING THE PRODUCT FASTER TO THE MARKET Rapid launch and a steady product expansion. The focus is on the customer benefit. APPROACHCOMPONENTS Concentrate on developing the core function of the product. Make the product marketable as quickly as possible. In the market, the product will be optimized. Through direct feedback from the customer, the product will be continuously perfected and developed.
  15. 15. ENTREPRENEUR PERSONALITY TRAITS Knowledge Factors World knowledge Industry knowledge Insight into human nature Financial Insight (profit) Business management Experience Insight into business models Knowledge of services Knowledge Marketing Experience
  16. 16. ENTREPRENEUR PERSONALITY TRAITS Problems in the Startup Process 44,70% 42,10% 29,60% 28,90% 25% 25% 21,70% 21,10% 20,40% 19,10% 0,00% 5,00% 10,00% 15,00% 20,00% 25,00% 30,00% 35,00% 40,00% 45,00% 50,00% Customer acquisition Insufficient equity Lack of marketing knowledge Fear of failure Lack of knowledge in legal matters Lack of knowledge in controlling High psychological distress Lack of financial knowledge Lack of consulting knowledge Lack of personal resources
  17. 17. SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths and Weaknesses Profile Examples 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Location Management Financial resources Regular customers Employee Experience Marketing Design
  18. 18. SWOT ANALYSIS Factors for Opportunities and Threats Society EXAMPLES: Opportunities: new trends, improving the infrastructure, new technology Threats: lack of expertise, new laws and regulations Market EXAMPLES: Opportunities: growing market Threats: stagnating market, escalating raw material prices Competition EXAMPLES: Opportunities: Competitive analysis (assessing success potential) Threats: dominating corporations, competitor has a larger market share, pricing pressure
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