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How to have a short yet effective pitch deck and what to include so that investors have the maximum clarity?

  1. Hey Anuj Unlike your BMC or any other tool used for internal communication, understanding, and validation, a pitch deck is targeted towards the external audience. You need to be sure of the purpose while writing your pitch deck - to represent your idea to the external audience and to make a great fiRead more

    Hey Anuj

    Unlike your BMC or any other tool used for internal communication, understanding, and validation, a pitch deck is targeted towards the external audience. You need to be sure of the purpose while writing your pitch deck – to represent your idea to the external audience and to make a great first impression.

    Usually you get a limited time to present your pitch deck so keep it short. Here’s what all you can include in it –

    1) Elevator pitch – a short but engaging introduction
    2) Problem – a real-world problem for which your target audience is actually looking for a solution.
    3) Opportunity – What’s the opportunity for your business?
    4) The product – How do you capitalize on that opportunity and what product do you plan to launch
    5) The business model – How will you operate? What will be your USP? And how will you make money?
    6) Competition – A full analysis of your competition
    7) Marketing – How do you plan to create a perfect positioning for your product and market it.
    8) Key Metrics – What is the progress till now, how have you validated your assumptions, and what are the future forecasts?

    We’ve written a great guide on how to create a pitch deck here – https://www.feedough.com/pitch-deck/
    You can refer to it for more information.

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What should be exact process of start-up after mind -making of bussiness model

  1. Hey Amritansh I don’t know if you developed the business model before validating your idea or before so sharing the full startup process here – – Get an idea based on the market opportunity. – Validate that it has the problem-solution fit. – Convert the idea into a concept. – Validate that it has aRead more

    Hey Amritansh

    I don’t know if you developed the business model before validating your idea or before so sharing the full startup process here –
    – Get an idea based on the market opportunity.
    – Validate that it has the problem-solution fit.
    – Convert the idea into a concept.
    – Validate that it has a product-market fit by developing an MVP or through your own research.
    – Develop a business model.
    – Either go for funding or allocate funds yourself
    – Develop the product-
    – Market it
    Did you get a chance to read the startup process on Feedough?
    Here’s the link if you missed it – https://www.feedough.com/the-startup-process/

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I want to know how this logistics aggregator model works .I am running a logistics firm

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  1. This totally depends on your skill, labor or expertise and expense of course. Like if you have a hand in cooking, you can sell your recipes or own a bakery. If you are expert in management, then create your online site and start selling your products. One can become publisher for their own books tooRead more

    This totally depends on your skill, labor or expertise and expense of course. Like if you have a hand in cooking, you can sell your recipes or own a bakery. If you are expert in management, then create your online site and start selling your products. One can become publisher for their own books too.
    Keep in mind, it can be easy but should be innovative to create its own space in the world i.e. recognition. This way you can easily select what’s easiest and affordable

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  1. There are a lot of benefits of MVP but the true benefit of a it is that we are able to construct something that will address the initial concern of your public in a timely matter. It is important because your whole product requires days or months to be completed, determine what are the minimum requiRead more

    There are a lot of benefits of MVP but the true benefit of a it is that we are able to construct something that will address the initial concern of your public in a timely matter. It is important because your whole product requires days or months to be completed, determine what are the minimum requirements that will work for your user base and release that, then move forward with another process that will enhance your product.
    It also provides an answer to constructing a feature in a timely matter while adjusting for the customer needs.
    One of the major advantages of building an MVP is that it helps you legalize your product, ideas or services which quickly helps us to decide whether to continue to go after your product idea and if so, whether and how to modify it.
    It also helps in testing the product in real market.

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  1. A startup company that was launched after the year 2003, and has a current valuation of more that $1 billion is referred to as a unicorn company. The name unicorn was coined mainly because formation of such companies was rare then.

    A startup company that was launched after the year 2003, and has a current valuation of more that $1 billion is referred to as a unicorn company. The name unicorn was coined mainly because formation of such companies was rare then.

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    If you have seen a television series called Silicon Valley, you would know what a startup incubator is better than anyone, but no worries if you don't plan to watch it, I think I'll be able to explain what it is. One of the definitions say: A startup incubator is a collaborative program for startupRead more

    If you have seen a television series called Silicon Valley, you would know what a startup incubator is better than anyone, but no worries if you don’t plan to watch it, I think I’ll be able to explain what it is.
    One of the definitions say: A startup incubator is a collaborative program for startup companies — usually physically located in one central workspace — designed to help startups in their infancy succeed by providing workspace, seed funding, mentoring and training.
    So speaking in simple terms, if you have ever rented an apartment where you are provided with food, water, electricity by which I mean the basic necessities. A startup incubation is similar to that, it provides workspace to startups with all the necessities that are needed to sustain. According to SCORE, incubators often provide access to the resources needed to launch a business. This may include office space and equipment, utilities (including internet service) and discounted or free professional services, such as accounting and legal help.

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  1. A company that address a problem by providing solution in the form of technology products or technology services to customers. These companies come up with new and innovative technology related solutions. I have linked a video for better understanding.

    A company that address a problem by providing solution in the form of technology products or technology services to customers. These companies come up with new and innovative technology related solutions.
    I have linked a video for better understanding.

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  1. Speaking in simple terms we can say that a lean startup is an idea for entrepreneurs to research and investigate then create a product. It can be explained as a method used to find a new company or introduce a new product on behalf of an existing company. The lean startup method is meant for developRead more

    Speaking in simple terms we can say that a lean startup is an idea for entrepreneurs to research and investigate then create a product. It can be explained as a method used to find a new company or introduce a new product on behalf of an existing company. The lean startup method is meant for developing products that consumers know they desire, so that a market will already exist as soon as the product is launched. As opposed to developing a product and then hoping that demand will emerge.
    There’s a real good book written on it, you can check out more details in this video which shows top 5 takeaways from the book.

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  1. To start with a good MVP, means the simplest that your product will be. It’s the bar to reach for before a product can be called a product. It's important to note that, a product that’s ‘minimum’ can sometimes fail to be ‘viable’, and viability is just as important to a good MVP. ‘Viable’ means thatRead more

    To start with a good MVP, means the simplest that your product will be. It’s the bar to reach for before a product can be called a product.
    It’s important to note that, a product that’s ‘minimum’ can sometimes fail to be ‘viable’, and viability is just as important to a good MVP. ‘Viable’ means that the product is usable. It ensures that the product does actually solve a problem or work as it’s intended to.
    And therein lies the gist of what makes for a good minimum viable product: a release that consists only as the core of what it will become, but a core that’s still fit for customer use.
    A good MVP is a working, usable product. Many brands have failed on the MVP front because of reductive thinking; they build the bare minimum functionality they can ‘get away with’, or an incomplete product ‘just to get the feedback’.

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