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Title Slide
• Extra-Duty Foreclosure Cleanup Service
• Peter Thomas
• March 24, 2010
• Company logo, image, or photo
• 1...
2
Overview
• Your “elevator pitch”
• 2-3 sentences that define the market, customer,
problem/solution, and uniqueness of t...
3
The Problem
• Compelling problem(s) to be solved
• What’s the pain or need that your potential customers have?
• Faster,...
4
The Solution
• Describe your business
• What is your product or service?
• Compelling benefits
• How do you provide valu...
5
Opportunity & Market
• Market details
• Size and growth rate for 3-5 years
• Focus on your segment(s) of the target mark...
6
Technology / Process
• What is the technology (or process) behind your
business?
• Do you have an illustration or photo ...
7
Competitive Advantages
• What competitive advantages do you have?
• How are you better than your competitors?
• Do you h...
8
Competitive Landscape
• Who are your current and potential competitors?
• What alternatives exist?
• How do customers so...
9
Go-to-Market Strategy
• Who are the key players?
• What is the ideal customer like? What is their profile?
• Discuss cri...
10
Financial Roadmap
• Project your revenue and expenses over the next 3-5
years
• How do you make money?
• How much money...
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The Team
• How many people make up your current team?
• What are your relevant accomplishments?
• Why is your team qual...
12
Current Status
• What milestones have you achieved so far?
• Business plan complete?
• Incorporated your business or fo...
13
Summary
• Summarize your three key points
• What is your business? What problem do you solve? Who
cares?
• Ask your aud...
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Biz Plan Presentation Template

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Biz Plan Presentation Template

  1. 1. 1 Title Slide • Extra-Duty Foreclosure Cleanup Service • Peter Thomas • March 24, 2010 • Company logo, image, or photo • 1-sentence summary of your business • 5-10 words that concisely articulate the business • How much money are you seeking to raise? • We are seeking the amount of $2,000.00 to fund start up costYour funding target
  2. 2. 2 Overview • Your “elevator pitch” • 2-3 sentences that define the market, customer, problem/solution, and uniqueness of the business – What market/industry are you in? – What problem are you solving for customers? – How many potential customers are there? How much potential revenue is possible? – Why will you succeed (differentiation, barriers to entry, unfair advantage)? – Where is the proof (existing customers, investors, market research, personal experience)?
  3. 3. 3 The Problem • Compelling problem(s) to be solved • What’s the pain or need that your potential customers have? • Faster, better, smaller, etc. are solutions, not problems • Include any validating quotes • Customer quotes • Analyst quote
  4. 4. 4 The Solution • Describe your business • What is your product or service? • Compelling benefits • How do you provide value to your customers?
  5. 5. 5 Opportunity & Market • Market details • Size and growth rate for 3-5 years • Focus on your segment(s) of the target market • How much projected revenue will you earn in 3-5 years?
  6. 6. 6 Technology / Process • What is the technology (or process) behind your business? • Do you have an illustration or photo of how your technology (or process) works? • What is the value proposition? • How does your technology (or process) solve the problem that customers have? Why should they pay you for it? • Will you build or buy the technology (or process)?
  7. 7. 7 Competitive Advantages • What competitive advantages do you have? • How are you better than your competitors? • Do you have a unique team, partner, invention, intellectual property, insights, or expertise that others don’t have? • How long will the competitive advantages last? • Why will customers care? • Why will customers choose your product or service, instead of your competitor’s?
  8. 8. 8 Competitive Landscape • Who are your current and potential competitors? • What alternatives exist? • How do customers solve the problem today, without your product or service? • How are you different from your competitors? • How are you better than your competitors? • How will the customer know that you’re better? • Include quotes from prospective customers • What do they say about your competitors? • Why would they rather buy from you?
  9. 9. 9 Go-to-Market Strategy • Who are the key players? • What is the ideal customer like? What is their profile? • Discuss critical partners (current and future) • Describe who sells your product or service • How and what do customers buy? • What is the price? One-time or recurring payment? • Describe what the customer will get (now and later) • Marketing and sales plan • How will you market and sell your product or service? • Is this comparable to any other company’s marketing/sales methods?
  10. 10. 10 Financial Roadmap • Project your revenue and expenses over the next 3-5 years • How do you make money? • How much money do you make each year, for the next 3 years? • What are your expenses over the next 3 years? – E.g., Development, Marketing/Sales, Staff/Salaries, Office Space, Legal, Inventory, etc. • Key milestones • When will your business turn a profit? – When does your revenue exceed expenses? • When does your competitive advantage take effect? When does it end? • How much revenue will you earn in year 3? In year 5? • When will you complete hiring employees? • When will you need to raise more money to grow your business?
  11. 11. 11 The Team • How many people make up your current team? • What are your relevant accomplishments? • Why is your team qualified to run this business? • Include academic credentials • How many employees do you need to hire?
  12. 12. 12 Current Status • What milestones have you achieved so far? • Business plan complete? • Incorporated your business or formed an LLC? • Is the team complete? • Product, prototype, or sample developed? • Filed for intellectual property, such as a patent? • Leased office space, or setup home office? • Website and business cards created? • First customers acquired? • Lined up key partners and business advisors? • Have you raised previous funding from investors? • If so, how much, and how did you use the funding? • Where do you plan to go from here? • What are your next steps? How will you get there?
  13. 13. 13 Summary • Summarize your three key points • What is your business? What problem do you solve? Who cares? • Ask your audience to make an investment • How much funding do you need? For what? • How much are you asking from each investor, $50 or $5,000? • Why should they invest in you and your business? Will they receive anything in return? • Questions and next steps • Answer any questions from your audience • Give your contact information and link to your Raise

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