Posts Categorized: Investor Presentation

A Bit of Humble Advice

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Company for Sale

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Another form of an investor deck is presenting a company for sale, debt restructuring or investment. For a recent customer our goal was to create a deck that positioned the company for sale.  This type of presentation is somewhat of a hybrid between an investor pitch deck and a business development deck. The audience has… Read more »

Investor Decks for Technology

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Investor decks come in all shapes and sizes depending on the specific investor audience. Today the topics of thriving businesses or startups has changed. It requires being up to speed on what is happening in the market place. Technology dominates the landscape and if you can’t speak the language, you cannot craft a compelling message…. Read more »

Sell the Sizzle, Not the Steak!

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The best presentations leave the audience wanting more. Usually more does not entail more bullets or more charts. “More” entails engagement and discussion because what was offered appears to be interesting to the audience, to have struck a chord. So if brevity rules the day…go ahead and ask your audience how they feel about brevity…how… Read more »

Strong Visuals

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When most of us think of investor presentations, we visualize charts, tables, graphs, and elements such as CAGR. If you take a look at the examples above what you will see are visuals that help augment what the presenter is saying. Yes, an investor deck does have those items mentioned earlier but the presenter has… Read more »

Investor Presentations When You Are On The Road

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Initial Public Offerings (IPO’s) usually require a road show to procure a capital raise.  A successful road show usually has an engaging presentation. This is a no-nonsense opportunity to convince those with checkbooks to get out their pens and start writing. Over the top graphics will not help convince the investor based audience. In addition… Read more »

Investor Decks Can Be Tricky

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Investor decks are common at Presentation Partners. However investor opportunities come in all different shapes and sizes. Some opportunities are on the ground floor while this opportunity was with a firm that was already established as a member of the Forbes Platinum 400. Our goal was to replace an existing deck cluttered with too much… Read more »

Social Media an Exciting Topic for Investors

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Social media is the rage today, but why?  Is there a monetary value to it for businesses on the horizon?  Can the time sensitive resource control issues be dealt with efficiently? My Social Blend (MSB) hired Presentation Partners to help shed light on platform management and to also share with potential investors a Series A… Read more »

Tips for an Investor PowerPoint Presentation

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Creating a  successful investor presentation requires a realization that your audience differs tremendously from a typical sales presentation.  An investor presentation is usually designed to seek capital infusion into an established or start up company. How the PowerPoint presentation is delivered is usually initially through email and sometimes through a live presentation.  More often the… Read more »