Mastering Investor Presentations: From Business Plan to Pitch

Mastering Investor Presentations: From Business Plan to Pitch Introduction Investor presentations are a crucial step for startups seeking funding. The challenge lies in effectively translating a business plan into a compelling pitch. This blog post explores how to craft an investor presentation that resonates with potential investors, using key elements of your business plan as […]

Investor Pitch Decks: What Investors in Early Stage Startups Expect

Investor Pitch Decks: What Investors in Early Stage Startups Expect In today’s rapidly changing economic landscape, innovative startups stand at the cusp of golden opportunities. While challenges persist, the drive to succeed remains unwavering. At the heart of this drive lies the capacity to articulate a visionary idea to those who can fuel it with […]

The myths behind Investor Presentations

The myths behind investor presentations What is a good Investor Presentation? What do investors expect to know about your venture? In this webinar, I gave in front of Startup Mentors, consultants, and finders, I addressed some myths and thoughts of mine. This is a recording from a GVI event. For more details about GVI : […]

This time, something more personal

This time, something more personal … How exciting! When I was last in the U.S. (September 2021), participating in the “Presentation Summit,” I was invited to take part in a panel recorded for our leading podcast – “The Presentation Podcast.”   That was such a great experience! We gathered five women who own presentation businesses […]

5.4 million tons. Can we really grasp this number?

5.4 million tons. Can we really grasp this number? In a previous post, I wrote about DATA VISUALIZATION or, for short, DATA VIZ.   There are those who are familiar with the concept and others who are less familiar – but both will automatically think of tables, graphs, pie charts and columns.   From a […]

Data and storytelling – is it a new concept?

Stortytelling and data go way way back… I wrote this article about data visualization for the “Presentation Guru” website a few years back, but it’s just as relevant today as it was then. So I thought I’d share it with you.   Visual communication has been around since cavemen painted on walls in prehistoric times. […]

Planning Presentation as a Project

Planning a presentation – is just like planning any project Every business presentation, and certainly presentations that need to motivate others to act, should be conducted as a project in every way. Planning your presentation begins with defining the project itself (in this case the presentation’s objectives), building a work plan that includes preparing and […]

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