Do you know the Documentations you require to connect with the Investors? The Below documents are Uniquely prepared for each business,
- Investor Pitch Deck
- Business Plan
- Financial Modelling
Startups usually require an Investor Pitch Deck Documentations to showcase it to the Investors, Company Stake Holders Etc.
Pitch Deck is usually the 15 to 20 Pages Document intended to showcase the Company’s details along with the Technology and Traction Etc.
We provide the Deep Insights to the Business Ideas along with the Market Analysis and Competitors Analysis. We understand and analyze the diverse business models.
- End-to-end Pitch deck Creation
- Market & Business Model Analysis
- Revenue Forecasting
- Operational Cash Flow Analysis
- Financial Modelling
Investor Pitch Deck Documentation
Startup Companies require Investor Pitch Deck Documentation to showcase it to the Angel Investors and Venture Capital Investors. Articulating a particular Compelling and Interesting Story for a Strong engagement with the Investors are vital for any Startup Company.
We create a Compelling Story to make your Pitch Deck Stand out of the Crowd. The right and meaning forecasted revenue with the expense’s details and the profit of the company is taken in consideration.
You want your investor pitch deck to cover the following topics, roughly in the order set forth here and with titles along the lines of the following:
- Company Overview
- Mission/Vision of the Company
- The Team
- The Problem
- The Solution
- The Market Opportunity
- The Product
- The Customers
- The Technology
- The Competition
- Business Model
- The Marketing Plan
- The Ask
Business Plan Document
A Business Plan has a Complete detail of the Business goals of any Business with the Products and Services of the Company along with the target Clients. The business plan will also consider the Market Research Analysis and Competitors Research Analysis Etc.
The Business Plan is a detailed business document which is been showcased to the Investors for the Fund Raising/Investment purposes.
Business Plan will be having the wide range of the knowledge from the different principles of the business such as Finance, marketing, intellectual property along with the supply chain management and the operations management etc.
- Executive Summary
- Mission Statement
- Business Description
- Business Environment Analysis
- SWOT Analysis
- Industry Background
- Competitor Analysis
- Market Analysis
- Marketing Plan
- Operations Plan
- Management Summary
- Financial Plan
- Achievements and Milestones
Typical questions addressed by a business plan for a start-up venture
- What problem does the company’s product or service solve? What niche will it fill?
- What is the company’s solution to the problem?
- Who are the company’s customers, and how will the company market and sell its products to them?
- What is the size of the market for this solution?
- What is the business model for the business (how will it make money)?
- Who are the competitors and how will the company maintain a competitive advantage?
- How does the company plan to manage its operations as it grows?
- Who will run the company and what makes them qualified to do so?
- What are the risks and threats confronting the business, and what can be done to mitigate them?
- What are the company’s capital and resource requirements?
- What are the company’s historical and projected financial statements?
What is an Elevator Pitch?
An “elevator pitch” is a short summary of the plan’s executive summary. This is often used as a teaser to awaken the interest of potential investors, customers, or strategic partners. It is called an elevator pitch as it is supposed to be content that can be explained to someone else quickly in an elevator. The elevator pitch should be between 30 and 60 seconds.
What is a Pitch Deck?
A pitch deck is a slide show and oral presentation that is meant to trigger discussion and interest potential investors in reading the written presentation. The content of the presentation is usually limited to the executive summary and a few key graphs showing financial trends and key decision-making benchmarks. If a new product is being proposed and time permits, a demonstration of the product may be included.
Business Research Analysis
Business Research Analysis Document has the Complete details of the business Including the Business and the Market research.
The Product of the company and how the product is utilized and sold in the market. Market research has the complete customer persona of buying process.
Business research has the Complete details of the opportunities and threats including the SWOT Analysis. Risks and uncertainties can be minimized by conducting business research in advance.
Business research can enable a company to make wise decisions as to where to spend and how much. Business research can enable a company to stay up-to-date with the market and its trends and appropriate innovations can be made to stay ahead in the game.
Market Research Analysis
Market research analysts gather and analyze data on consumers and competitors. Market research analysts study market conditions to examine potential sales of a product or service. Market Research help companies understand what products people want, who will buy them, and at what price.
There are many reasons why businesses might conduct market research.
- Look at your industry’s outlook.
- Pinpoint target customers.
- Compare your competition.
- Gather additional data.
- Analyze your findings.
- Put your analysis into action.
Competitors Research Analysis
Competitor analysis is the process of evaluating your competitors’ companies, products, and marketing strategies. To make your analysis truly useful, it’s important to: Pick the right competitors to analyze. Know which aspects of your competitors’ business are worth analyzing.
To make your analysis truly useful, it’s important to:
- Pick the right competitors to analyze
- Know which aspects of your competitors’ business are worth analyzing
- Know where to look for the data
- Understand how you can use the insights to improve your own business.
Startup Financial Modelling Documentation
A Forecasted Financial Modelling Documentation is created with forecasted revenue and expenses for the Business. The Financial Modelling is created using the Spread Sheet with the Calculation of the Complete Revenue and Expenses for 1 to 5 Years of Time.
Financial modeling is a representation in numbers of a company’s operations in the past, present, and the forecasted future. Such models are intended to be used as decision-making tools. Company executives might use them to estimate the costs and project the profits of a proposed new project. hey also are used in strategic planning to test various scenarios, calculate the cost of new projects, decide on budgets, and allocate corporate resources.
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