O slideshow foi denunciado.
Seu SlideShare está sendo baixado. ×

Pitch Deck Guide for Arts Entrepreneurs

Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Anúncio
Carregando em…3
×

Confira estes a seguir

1 de 14 Anúncio

Pitch Deck Guide for Arts Entrepreneurs

Baixar para ler offline

As scout for the Exponential Creativity Fund at Fractured Atlas, I’m in the unique position of finding arts entrepreneurs to pitch to our impact investment fund, helping them prepare, and participating in the pitch sessions.

A strong pitch deck is an essential tool for those seeking investment. It facilitates informed and juicy dialogue around what really matters, and it empowers a potential investor to do the following:

Research your company before meeting with you in real time
Follow along during your pitch
Introduce you to others within their network by sharing your pitch deck

While most of the founders pitching to the Exponential Creativity Fund have strong pitch decks, there have been a few who have asked our advice on what to include. Recognizing that new entrepreneurs coming out of the arts & culture sector are likely more familiar with grant or marketing partnership proposals, and that an investment pitch deck is radically different, Fractured Atlas decided to create and share a pitch deck guide. Our intention is to help arts entrepreneurs think through and prepare to seek investment whether you are pitching to our fund, or elsewhere.

To learn more about how Fractured Atlas’ Exponential Creativity Fund, follow our journey here. https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/tagged/impact-investing

As scout for the Exponential Creativity Fund at Fractured Atlas, I’m in the unique position of finding arts entrepreneurs to pitch to our impact investment fund, helping them prepare, and participating in the pitch sessions.

A strong pitch deck is an essential tool for those seeking investment. It facilitates informed and juicy dialogue around what really matters, and it empowers a potential investor to do the following:

Research your company before meeting with you in real time
Follow along during your pitch
Introduce you to others within their network by sharing your pitch deck

While most of the founders pitching to the Exponential Creativity Fund have strong pitch decks, there have been a few who have asked our advice on what to include. Recognizing that new entrepreneurs coming out of the arts & culture sector are likely more familiar with grant or marketing partnership proposals, and that an investment pitch deck is radically different, Fractured Atlas decided to create and share a pitch deck guide. Our intention is to help arts entrepreneurs think through and prepare to seek investment whether you are pitching to our fund, or elsewhere.

To learn more about how Fractured Atlas’ Exponential Creativity Fund, follow our journey here. https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/tagged/impact-investing

Anúncio
Anúncio

Mais Conteúdo rRelacionado

Diapositivos para si (20)

Semelhante a Pitch Deck Guide for Arts Entrepreneurs (20)

Anúncio

Mais recentes (20)

Pitch Deck Guide for Arts Entrepreneurs

  1. 1. Exponential Creativity Fund PITCH DECK GUIDE
  2. 2. Introduction Team Opportunity / Problem Value Proposition Underlying Magic Tech Trends Business Model Go-to-Market Plan Competitive Landscape Financial Forecast Current Status / Near Future 11 SLIDES
  3. 3. Company name, founder name(s), email, mobile phone, company url. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. TEAM List key team members for your company and partnerships. Include photos and areas of expertise.
  5. 5. OPPORTUNITY / PROBLEM Describe the creativity you are unlocking or the barrier to creativity you are removing.
  6. 6. VALUE PROPOSITION Describe the customer value (financial and otherwise) of the opportunity you’re creating or the barrier you’re removing.
  7. 7. UNDERLYING MAGIC What is special or unique about your solution? If you have a prototype, this is a good time to demo it.
  8. 8. TECH TRENDS What core technologies underlie your solution? How are you positioned to benefit from continued improvement in those technologies?
  9. 9. BUSINESS MODEL Who are your customers, what will they pay you for, and how much will they pay you? What are your costs? How quickly must your expenses grow to keep pace with sales growth?
  10. 10. GO-TO-MARKET PLAN Where is your target audience and how will you reach them? (Is your team connected to target audience? If so, share story to illustrate your insight.)
  11. 11. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE What are your customers currently doing to address the opportunity / problem? Who are existing or potential competitors for your customers’ dollars and attention? (Does your team have lived experience with competitors’ approaches or limitations? Give examples.)
  12. 12. FINANCIAL FORECAST Make your best, informed guesses about revenue, expenses, and any key metrics for at least the next 3 years. Highlight any critical underlying assumptions. (Don’t make a “conservative” forecast or a “best case” forecast; make the most realistic one you can.)
  13. 13. CURRENT STATUS NEAR FUTURE Where are you in your journey today? What’s in store for the near future? What investments (if any) have you already secured? (What can you do with Fractured Atlas’s support, financial and otherwise, that you can’t do without it?)
  14. 14. Note about this pitch deck guide: Our guide is inspired by industry leader pitch templates such as Guy Kawasaki “The Only 10 Slides You Need in Your Pitch” and Startup Weekend Pitch Deck 101. We added essential elements we see missing from traditional VC pitches, such as a value propositions that include the impact & mission tied to creativity (not just profit). As well as making space for the value creative founders bring in terms of understanding a customer that is a creative, or how competitors are failing creatives. Because we only invest in companies that are using exponential technologies, we specify tech trends in ways that other pitch decks do not. To learn more about how Fractured Atlas’ Exponential Creativity Fund is unique from traditional VC investment, follow our journey here. FracturedAtlas.org

×