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Your business pitching templates MedVentures A N INITIATIVE BY ANIMA I NVESTMENT N ETWORK & THEIR PARTNERS
2 Describe your project in a concise statement Overview © Your entreprise
3 I. Targeted needs & proposed project © Your entreprise
4 What needs are you addressing? Needs & opportunity © Your entreprise
5 How are you positioned? What are the key drivers of your market(s) ? Needs & opportunities/2 Market size © Your entreprise
6 What specifically are you offering to whom? How do you see the evolution of your solution in the next 3 years ? Your solution © Your entreprise
7 Who are your current customers ? Who are your future customers ? What is their position in the segments you target ? Your customers MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
8 What key benefits do you provide to customers? Your added value MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
9 What is your competitive advantage - compared to others? Your competitive advantage MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
10 How do you make profits? Your business model MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
11 What are your expectations in the next three years? The 3-year impact of your start-up MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
12 II. Your organisation & international strategy MedVentures Awards 2010 © Your entreprise
13 Who are the key members of your company? What would you need to give it an international dimension? Your team © Your entreprise
14 What is your distribution strategy? What kind of distribution/commercial partnerships would you need to go international? Your market & distribution strategy © Your entreprise
15 To what extent is your solution unique and how will it remain unique in the next 3 years ? What kind of partnerships you want to develop to boost your international competitiveness ? Technological & strategic partnerships © Your entreprise
16 How do you plan to grow abroad in the next 3 years? What kind of activities do you plan to set up abroad? Setting up activities abroad © Your entreprise
17 How are you going to organise and schedule your companys next steps in the future months and years? Your roll-out © Your entreprise
18 Who are your main shareholders today and what kind of investors are you looking for? Investment needed © Your entreprise
19 What are your technical assistance and support needs? Services needed © Your entreprise
20 Why MedVentures? © Your entreprise
Your business pitching templates MedVentures Awards 2010 A N INITIATIVE BY ANIMA I NVESTMENT N ETWORK & THEIR PARTNERS.
Your business pitching templates MedVentures A N INITIATIVE BY ANIMA I NVESTMENT N ETWORK & THEIR PARTNERS.
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