An elevator pitch is a 20-30 second presentation that tells your startup story. One word, too many or too few, and the impact is lost. With this article, you can get ideas to create your perfect elevator pitch template, so you can be ready to wow any venture capitalist, angel investor, or prospect at any time.
If research is to be believed, this article has about 8 seconds to capture a reader's attention before their attention span disintegrates. Start-ups face the same problem when pitching their start-up to potential investors. Learn with this post how to nail your deck when trying to close the deal.
You only get one chance to make a first impression and it's likely that your sales deck will be the tipping point that decides between a closed deal or a prospect passing on your product or service.
Keeping the information updated about your job and the goals that you've achieved is necessary in order to prove that you're doing a fantastic job. This is when having a top-notch sales and marketing report steps in. It allows you to showcase your hard work with numbers that smile. Here's how to successfully build one.
Let's examine four critical ideas behind the art of cranking out a top-notch slide deck that impresses even jaded venture capitalists who have already seen numerous elevator pitch examples.