Presenting and pitching
Delivering a great pitch matters. Find out how to prepare.
Before meeting with an investor, assemble your pitch deck using these guidelines for the key elements
The elevator pitch describes your company concisely and in a compelling way.
Building a strong presentation to go along with your pitch deck is just as important as the deck.
Brainstorming provides an effective way to gather team ideas as you develop your business plan or investor presentation.
Learn how to give the best presentation possible to potential investors.
Being prepared is the best strategy for presenting to an investor.
During the process of engaging an investor, be prepared to answer any number of questions about your venture.
If you can do a live demonstration for potential investors, they will better understand how your product works and how it addresses the problem in the marketplace.
Tim Babcock and Raymond King, TSX Venture Exchange veterans discuss investor interest in the fields of biotechnology and cleantech and reveal how analysts set a valuation on your startup.
Peter Evans, Founder and CEO of Speakerfile, explains how to craft and deliver a pitch that covers what investors want to know before they fund your startup. Peter discusses crucial pitch elements such as the problem your product solves and the team you’ve put together to solve it.