Basic Components of Ned VC Pitch Deck       11-10-11      Ned Hayes
Team• (only list the team if they are the RIGHT team to  solve this particular problem)• Or if there are significant accom...
problem• the problem we’re solving, in the most clear  and crisp terms you can state it in.
cost of problem /              size of market• How big is this problem?• Number of customers with this problem?
our solution• Clear basic description of what we do• Clear, crisp• DEMO is best.• SHOW me, don’t TELL me.
our traction• Describe customers who are using this  solution today• Describe what your traction ramp has looked like• Don...
revenue• How we make money from these customers• Today• How this scales over time, with investment• Not hypothetical…
Our portion• Profit• How much money we make
our trajectory• How fast we make money (or get customers)• And what are our next milestones for $$$?
next steps• When are we profitable? Timeline.• Our next step as a team?• What we do next• And/or what we need from this fu...
appendix• Pro forma• Use Cases• Long Term product roadmap, etc.
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Ned pitch-deck

  1. 1. Basic Components of Ned VC Pitch Deck 11-10-11 Ned Hayes
  2. 2. Team• (only list the team if they are the RIGHT team to solve this particular problem)• Or if there are significant accomplishments that merit discussion (ie. Founded Twitter, etc.) – Specifically mention what IP this team has previously created.• An Introduction that hits the right notes counts with the right funder…
  3. 3. problem• the problem we’re solving, in the most clear and crisp terms you can state it in.
  4. 4. cost of problem / size of market• How big is this problem?• Number of customers with this problem?
  5. 5. our solution• Clear basic description of what we do• Clear, crisp• DEMO is best.• SHOW me, don’t TELL me.
  6. 6. our traction• Describe customers who are using this solution today• Describe what your traction ramp has looked like• Don’t have any traction? Don’t play.
  7. 7. revenue• How we make money from these customers• Today• How this scales over time, with investment• Not hypothetical…
  8. 8. Our portion• Profit• How much money we make
  9. 9. our trajectory• How fast we make money (or get customers)• And what are our next milestones for $$$?
  10. 10. next steps• When are we profitable? Timeline.• Our next step as a team?• What we do next• And/or what we need from this funder?
  11. 11. appendix• Pro forma• Use Cases• Long Term product roadmap, etc.

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