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In this course we will be looking at the fundamental slides and contents that need to be included in a pitch deck to impress investors with your research about your startup. Investors smell bullshit miles away, which is why it is important that your pitch deck is afortress of facts about your startup's plans and goals.
After completing this course you'll know anything a startup founder should know about pitching to investors, including doing market research, identifying problem for startups and how to pitch your solution for solving them, summarizing what makes your team and vision special and how to set yourself apart from your competition in your pitch deck.
Bonus videos include tips on how to improve your presentation skills in general.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Pitch Introduction: What is a pitch? What is a good pitch?Preview
|Section 2: Creating a killer pitch deck|
Structure: How is a pitch deck structured?Preview
Problem: What problem are you trying to solve?
Solution: How are you going to solve the problem?
Market Research: What's the size of your market?
Competition: What's your competition like and how are you better?
Team: Why is your team able to make the magic happen?
Vision: What's the purpose of your startup? What drives you?
Ending: How to end your pitch
|Section 3: Constantly improving your pitch|
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Your pitch deck is ready, what's next
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