Description Pitch: Financing your venture often involves convincing investors to place their trust in you and your idea. In order to do this you must understand your investors, their needs, and present them first with your 60-90 Second Elevator Pitch, then with your Slide Show Presentation. Throughout the semester, you have been working on your Business Venture Idea. This was the same idea that you used for your Business Model Canvas. Pretend that you are getting your business ready to launch and you need some additional funding. You have planned to attend an Angel Investor summit to network and generate some interest. First, you are putting together a 60-90 Second Elevator Pitch for your Business Venture Idea to quickly generate interest with Angel Investors at the Summit. For this part of the assignment, you will film yourself delivering a 90 Second Elevator Pitch. See submission details below. Secondly, you need to put together a Slide Show Presentation that compliments your elevator pitch in case any Angel Investors want to meet with you and learn more about your business idea. Both parts of your pitch (the elevator pitch and slide show presentation) should answer the following questions for your potential investors: demonstrate how your idea will solve a “pain point” or a customer problem in marketplace (think of the Value Proposition Canvas) communicate how they cr******e value for you (money, advice) and how you would cr******e value for them (equity, royalties) You should demonstrate through a solid, confident, knowledgeable presentation, that you are worthy of investment. Imagine that your presentation will be in front of a panel of potential investors in a style similar to “Dragon’s Den”, but in less time. Here is how the assignment is broken down. Both parts are worth 2.5% each. 90 Second Elevator Pitch – 4 sections including: the Attention Grabber (an opening sentence, stat******ic or fact that grabs the investor’s interest) the Customer Problem (what is the pain point in the market place that you are trying to address) the Solution (how your product or service addresses that customer problem) the Ask (what you are looking for, and what you will give in return.) + Call to Action (i.e. please visit our website, or please contact me via email at) Slide Show Presentation – 5 slides (with ******io for every slide, or a script in the notes section), see template Introduction slide the Customer Problem (what is the pain point in the market place that you are trying to address) the Solution (how your product or service addresses that customer problem) the Need (how do you know they problem is a problem, and that your solution would work? This slide should have numbers, stat******ics, and/or market information) the Ask (what you are looking for, and what you will give in return.) + Call to Action At the end of both your elevator pitch and slide show presentation, you should have a call to action – i.e. Please call me for more information (tell them what you want them to do to follow up) For the Slide Show Presentation, you are required to include a script of how you would present each slide, including the introduction. You can do this by adding ******io of you speaking to each slide, OR you can add a script in the notes section of each slide.
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