After all, the best presentations are simple, clear, and (of course) beautiful.
That being said, some of the content we suggest below may be suited for your "Speaker Notes" or presentation script.
A business plan is a written document that describes your business.
Starbucks is another example: Virgin’s founder, Sir Richard Branson, has this advice for creating your mission statement: "Brevity is certainly key, so try using Twitter's 140-character template when you're drafting your inspirational message.
Use this page (6) to introduce key shareholders and team members and reference how their relevant experience and unique skill set will help support and grow your business. This page (7) provides some clarity as to who your target customer is.
This isn’t intended to be a deep dive; you’ll want an entirely separate presentation to map out your various personas in more detail.
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.
Whether you’re looking to fund your own small business, or looking to raise money from investors, the business plan below that we've created for you (that you can customize in minutes, not hours! One way to lessen the everyday stress of running a business is to have a plan — a business plan, that is. A plan ensures that the direction you’re headed is clear to you, your employees, and any potential outside investors.