There's no such thing as a startup without competitors, but you need to know how to talk about them, including how you plan to exist alongside the competition.
A startup's business model slide needs to paint a picture that shows where the business is now and how it can grow over time.
Let's get into the nitty-gritty about the difference between these two slides and how to wrap a compelling narrative around them.
We'll look at great examples of summary slides from the TechCrunch Pitch Deck Teardown series and detail what needs to go on the slide.
By keeping the information you provide tightly coupled with the initial story that captured investor interest, you create momentum within the partnership.
Founders should think of three primary documents as their holy trinity: the deck, the strategy memo and the forecast model to capture attention and ensure info is transmitted clearly.
As a founder, there’s no shortage of items on your to-do list, but reporting to the board is one area every startup leader needs to prioritize.