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Business Plan Presentation Topics to be Included Company Name & Mission Compelling Customer Need Sustainable Competitive Advantage Value Proposition: Revenue Model 1 Success/Achievements to Date Management Team & Core Competencies Product & Prototype Development Plan Market Introduction Funding Required Summary Base for company success Financial Projections Plan for Success © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation Company Name & Mission 2 © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks Company name (& logo), address, and name of President/CEO (or presenter) Company mission - elevator pitch be concise grab the attention of the audience must be based on customer need, company’s competitive advantage and company’s value proposition specify geographic region to be served
Business Plan Presentation Compelling Customer Need 3 State the compelling customer need being met by your product customer demographics give customer example Describe product and its benefits include picture/graphic of product State the size of the addressable market for product use pie chart to show addressable versus total market provide short list of potential customers include data sources © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation Sustainable Competitive Advantage 4 State product’s competitive advantage in terms of customer need How is this advantage sustainable patents pending, proprietary intellectual property (IP), … Use table or matrix to compare your product to top 3 competitors base on customer needs © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 5 Value Proposition – Revenue Model Use Value Chain diagram to show all steps required to make, market and sell product highlight steps provided by company give examples of companies that may provide other steps include all sales channels State pricing strategy base on value pricing: how much customer is willing to pay state expected gross profit (%), which will be a function of industry served show value captured at each Value Chain step © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 6 Value Chain Diagram The Value Chain Diagram is a linked set of the value-creating activities needed to design, produce, market, deliver, sell and support a product A company should provide only those activities that require its core competencies © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks Technology Product Ideation & Development Product Assembly DistributorRetail StoreEnd Customer Marketing/Sales Customer Service Component Suppliers Company Activities Activities by Others
Business Plan Presentation 7 Success/Achievements to Date When was business started Product development to date clearly state level of development customer interactions & responses press releases & news articles Catalog current IP position Money raised & used to date amount & sources © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 8 Product & Prototype Development Plan Product development & prototype roadmap milestones versus time chart proposed product launch date State projected startup costs to reach each milestone © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 9 Management Team & Core Competencies List (existing) key team members and their experience - expertise include their core competencies state positions they will fill State core competencies/key positions not filled by existing team members show plan to fill these If appropriate, list Advisory Board members and their experience - expertise © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 10 Market Introduction Introduction to customer base proposed initial customers pricing strategy product evaluation – customer feedback time schedule & cost Product launch regional – customer focus state introductory pricing if different © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 11 Financial Projections Start with product revenues 5 years of projections show market penetration Projected Income Statement revenues, cost of goods sold, R&D expenses, marketing/sales expenses, general & administrative expenses operating income Projected Cash Flow © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 12 Financial Projections: Example © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks Projected Revenues
Business Plan Presentation 13 Financial Projections Example © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks Cash Flow
Business Plan Presentation 14 Funding Required Projected accumulated cash flow startup costs capital expenditures operating income accounts receivable – accounts payable adjustments Cash required against milestones uses of funds proposed current & future cash rounds Projected exit strategy © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Business Plan Presentation 15 Summary 3 - 4 Bullets Summarizing: Difference from competitors in meeting customer need Addressable market size Projected 5-year revenue stream Funding required Some measure of (projected) return on investment © 2012 VT KnowledgeWorks
Welcome to the Open Court Business Plan Executive Summary Template!
Topic 2 :: Business Strategies Mrs. Schroeder
Company Name Sample Template Presenter Name
[Your Business/Company Name]
Last Updated Your Audience Investors Service Providers Entrepreneurs Executives Strategic Partners.
Title Slide Name of your business Your name or presenter’s name
Business Plans Simonyi Center.
The 15 Minute Pitch. Slide #1: Introduction Slide Name of the company/project – with compelling tagline If appropriate -- Vision/Mission Business concept.
Company Oy (this is a model template for NIY- pitch. Use your own slide templates)
Company Name/Logo Name of Founder/Owner MGT 487 May 2014.
SMALL BUSINESS PLAN GUIDE
Business Plan Preparation Outline. Business Plan Preparation Guide This summary was prepared to help its users put together a business plan (B.P.).
Business Plan Preparation: Killer Slide Presentation Business Plan Preparation Frank Moyes Leeds College of Business University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado.
Making A Presentation To Investors. Introduction Introduce the speakers. Introduce the speakers. State the reasons for presenting. State the reasons for.
Key components of the business plan
Business Plan Guidelines. Purpose of Business Plan Set Goals and Objectives for the Business Resource Planning Secure Funding.
PRESENTATION TEMPLATE. The Goal is… o To communicate the company’s story as clearly as possible o To create excitement for the opportunity to attract.
Business Plan Components SectionNumber of Pages Executive Summary1 Company2-3 Management1-2 Product3-5 Market4-7 Competition2-3 Sales and Marketing3 -5.
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