Here is where you prove you have an in-depth understanding of the industry you're about to enter.
Having detailed the competition previously in your presentation, it’s now time to look at the industry as a whole. What new statistics matter to you and your business plan, and how will you use these trends to prosper?
That being said, some of the content we suggest below may be suited for your "Speaker Notes" or presentation script.
Too much text on a slide is an attention-killer, so commit to one core message per slide (just ask presentation guru Nancy Duarte). The Title page (page 1) is the first impression you'll make, so use it as an opportunity to brand your company beyond a logo.
The aim here is to make your presentation engaging and easily readable.
After all, the best presentations are simple, clear, and (of course) beautiful.
It’s no secret over here at Beautiful HQ that we love entrepreneurship.
But we're not gonna lie and say it's all cupcakes and butterflies either: the stresses of growing a company with limited resources, tight budgets, and never enough hours in the day.
If you’re in that small or medium-size bucket, the content and tone of your business plan is very different than, say, a rapid growth startup company or a large corporation.
Luckily, we’ve specially structured this particular template to work for all new business owners — and made it easy to adjust for your specific industry and product.