Guides for a Better Investor Presentation
Get a head-start on a great presentation by downloading the Guidelines below. I originally wrote these to capture and share the things I say when coaching investor presentations–to make the process go faster, and get better results.
How to Ace the One-pager: The Front Door to Funding
The one-pager is the single most important pitch document you’ll create. This Guide tells you why, mistakes to avoid, tips and tricks to get off to a great start with your fundraising.
How to Avoid a Trainwreck: Fixing the Investor Presentation
Start with this. Even if you feel a little insulted at the implication that your presentation is a Trainwreck, a quick scan of this Guide is good insurance that you aren’t missing something basic and important. If this is your first investor presentation, study it and apply it to your current draft.
How to Talk to Money: Guidelines for the Investor Presentation
Longer, more detailed, and goes into more of the ideas that make a difference between a Good Enough presentation and an Outstanding presentation. The section “How to Find Your Core Story” gives you a fresh approach to deciding what content to include and is alone worth the effort to download and read.
More help with the investor presentation
Also, look at the BizClarity Blog for more writings and advice.