The Investor’s Point of View
When you’re pitching a startup, it’s important to remember that the investor is looking at things from their point of view. They want to see how your business can make money and how they can make a return on their investment. We will take a look at the different elements that make up a successful pitch decks from the investor’s perspective. We will also discuss what you should avoid doing when pitching your startup!
The first thing that investors look for is a clear and concise overview of your business. This should include information about what you do, who your target market is, how you plan to make money, and your competitive advantage. Be sure to highlight the unique aspects of your business and explain why you are better than the competition.
Investors also want to know how much money you need and what you will use it for. They will be looking for a realistic budget that includes both short-term and long-term expenses. Make sure to outline your plans for growth and expansion, and demonstrate that you have a solid business plan in place.
Your pitch deck should also include information about the team behind the startup. Investors want to see that you have the experience and expertise needed to make your business a success. They will also be looking for a clear vision and leadership from the founder or CEO.
Finally, be sure to have a strong call to action in your pitch deck. This is where you ask the investor to invest in your company! Make it easy for them to say yes by explaining the benefits of investing in your startup.