A pitch deck is one of the most important tools in your arsenal as an entrepreneur when you are seeking funding and need to pitch your business. It highlights your entire business in a clearly structured and precise way that anyone can understand, and when presented properly, is one of your most powerful sales tools you could have that allows you to stand out from the crowd.
Whether you are a start-up or an established business looking at attracting investors, pitching your business, seeking funding online through crowdfunding, explaining your strategy or even presenting to your board or partners, a pitch deck is an essential tool you need to have.
In this course I will be taking you step-by-step through creating the ultimate pitch deck, explaining every step of the way and showing you proven methods of how to structure and present your information and data, as well as show you exactly what data you need to present and where you would get it or work it out.
You will also learn where the pitch deck will be used and how to adapt it for different scenarios, as well as cover some presentation skills so you are able to properly present you pitch deck at a moments notice.
By using the templates I will provide you, along with access to infographics, I will guide you every step of the way so that by the time you finish the course you will have a pitch deck that is ready to be used.
As an added BONUS we have added a feature in this course that allows you to submit your pitch deck to us upon completion for review and comment, AS WELL AS a 20min 1-on-1 mentorship session where you (and your partners if applicable) can present your pitch deck to me via video conferencing for feedback and tips on your presentation skills.
This course is for any entrepreneur +13 years of age, whether a beginner or experienced, whether you have a start-up or growing business.
A decent understanding of your business or idea is recommended, though we will also cover this in the course and help you focus on what is important.
Access too and an understanding of the use of Microsoft PowerPoint (or similar product such as Google Slides or Keynote) is required.
For more information on the course outline, review the course content below.