In the video linked below, the slide topics and order are different than those on our website. However, if you have worked through the Foundation Course and presented to investors a few times, the video covers some advanced skills/topics and could give you some ideas on alternate ways to present information to your audience. The following is the link to a ~15 minute video by David Rose.
After you have worked through the Pitch Creator Foundation Course and practiced it, Malcom Lewis’ blog may give you some insights on advanced slide topics on the slide deck (“listen to me pitch”). Please note that the slides and the order they appear are different than what is taught in our Foundation Course. However, after you have completed the Foundation Course we encourage you to continue to adapt your pitch to different audiences and as your business changes over time. Therefore, this blog gives you a chance to learn advanced topics and a second approach to the slide deck and potentially adapt some of that to your verbal pitch going forward.
10/20/30 rule By Guy Kawasaki
How To Create A Great Investor Pitch Deck For Startups Seeking Financing Forbes by Richard Harroch , Contributor
How to Be ‘Pitch Perfect’: 5 Essential Elements for Your Pitch Deck By Scott Schwertly
Can You Help Me With This? Advising On Pitch Decks Aug 2015 By Christopher Mirabile; adapted from an article originally published by the author in Inc. Magazine
What Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Pitching By Pascal Finette