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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Hello, Myself and some partners have recently started working on a dating app and we have the pitch deck but we need a financial plan created. I would like first first year, 3 year and 5 year projections. As well as a burn rate on a certain amount of funding raised. This should be similar to other dating sites that were used in the beginning. Please have experience working with start up companies. Pay is negotiable! Nick
Skills: Business Planning Business Writing Financial Forecasting Investment Research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I am looking for somebody to design a detailed and visual pitch deck presentation that can be used to present to potential investors. We are an Australian online platform connecting users to top trades and service providers in the local are. Should be 15-20 sides long and have relevant information and be visually appealing. Looking for somebody with previous experience who can show examples of previous work and add there own creative/business flare. I have a very rough power point presentation that can be used to get some basic info off. Would like it completing within a week from start date. Budget negotiable depending on applicants and experience
Skills: Business Planning Business Writing Creative & Talent Graphic design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I want an experienced guy to help me preparing an investment pitch"ONLINE Ecommerce Platform" to help me rising fund from VC FIRMS and angel Investors. 1. Tell a Story Begin your pitch with a compelling story. This will engage your audience right out of the gate. And if you can relate your story to your audience, even better! Your story should address the problem you’re solving in the marketplace. 2. Your Solution Share what’s unique about your product and how it will solve the issue you shared in the previous slide. Keep it short, concise, and easy for the investor to explain to others. Avoid using buzz words unless your investors are very familiar with your industry. 3. Your Successes Early in the presentation you want to build some credibility. Take some time to share the relevant traction you’ve had. This is your opportunity to blow your own horn! Impress the investors with what you and your team have accomplished to date (sales, contracts, key hires, product launches, etc.). See Also: The 7 Key Components of a Perfect Elevator Pitch [with Infographic] 4. Your Target Market Don’t say that everyone in the world is potentially your market, even it it could be true one day. Be realistic about who you’re building your product for and break out your market into TAM, SAM and SOM. This will not only impress your audience, but it will help you think more strategically about your roll-out plan. 5. Customer Acquisition This is usually one of the most skipped sections of an investor pitch and a full business plan. How will you reach your customers? How much will it cost? How will you measure success? Your financials should easily allow you to calculate your customer acquisition costs. 6. Your Competition Again, a VERY important part of your pitch, and many people omit this section or don’t provide enough detail about why they’re so different from their competitors. The best way to communicate your value proposition over your competitors’ is to show this slide in a matrix format—where you list your competitors down the left side of the page, you have your features/benefits across the top, and place check marks in the boxes for which company offers that service (see example in presentation above). Ideally, you have check marks across the top for every category, and your competitors lack in key areas to show your competitive advantage. 7. Your Revenue Model Investors tend to care about this slide the most. How will you make money? Be very specific about your products and pricing and emphasize again how your market is anxiously awaiting your arrival. 8. Your Financial Projections Show what you’re projecting in revenue (per product) over the next three to five years. You MUST back-up your numbers by sharing your assumptions. You’ll see investors taking out their smartphone calculators to make sure your numbers make sense, so give them the information they need to see that your calculations are accurate. If your financial chart shows “hockey-stick growth,” be sure to explain what happens to cause those inflection points. See Also: 9 Things That Take a Pitch From Good to Great 9. Your Team Investors invest in people first and ideas second, so be sure to share details about your rock star team and why they are the right people to lead this company. Also be sure to share what skill-sets you may be missing on your team. Most start-up teams are missing some key talent – be it marketing, management expertise, programmers, sales, operations, financial management, etc. Let them know that you know what you don’t know! 10. Your Funding Needs Clearly spell-out how much money has already been invested in your company, by whom, ownership percentages, and how much more you need to go to the next level (and be clear about what level that is). Will you need to raise multiple rounds of financing? Is the investment you’re seeking a convertible note, an equity round, etc.? Remind the audience why your management team is capable of managing their investment for growth. In the presentation above, I picked the image of a homeless person holding a cardboard sign that reads “Britney’s sister is going to have a baby and I need money for a nice gift” for a reason. The only thing missing out of this “ask” is the exact amount he needs to buy the gift! This is the level of detail you want to include on this slide: how much you need, why you need the money, what it will be used for, and the intended outcome. 11. Your Exit Strategy If you’re seeking large sums of investment capital (over $1M), most investors will want to know what your exit strategy is. Are you planning on getting acquired, going public (very few companies actually do), or something else? Show you’ve done some due diligence on this exit strategy, including the companies you’re targeting, and why it would make sense 3, 5, or 10 years down the road. Best of luck pitching your business! Oh, and I almost forgot one other VERY important aspect to pitching your business—HAVE FUN!
Skills: Business Planning Investment Research Publishing Fundamentals
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
I am looking to start a business in Australia and want someone to research and create a 'Business Checklist' of all relevant taxation, legal, accounting, management, marketing and CRM processes, systems and registrations I need prior to commencing operation and how I go about doing all of these things. I have little business experience so require as much detail as possible on all aspects of starting a small business. I am either going to trade as a sole proprietor or a company (not sure yet) so will need information on both business structures.
Skills: Business Planning Content Writing Research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
FEASIBILITY STUDY - I need someone to help me a feasibility study for an accessible and affordable online service that allows companies / or professionals keep up with rules and regulations in US banking and healthcare sectors. SCOPE - This would include feasible solutions, competitor analysis, identification of service gaps in the market (poorly met needs and opportunities), entry, marketing considerations, operational considerations, technology (off the shelf web platforms vs build), best competitor solution features, setup and service costs, etc. ONLINE PLATFORM - This is a small business looking to generate service delivery opportunities via an online platform. Ability to research competitors technology, database structure and reporting. FREELANCER EXPERIENCE - The ideal freelancer's experience should consist of a combination of the following: General Finance / Management (e.g., business degree, MBA), Marketing, Social Media and e-Commerce experience. The freelancer's application should be brief but detailed enough to show an understanding of the topic. An example of previously completed work is highly recommended. Thanks. John W.
Skills: Business Planning Management Consulting Market research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
I am looking for someone to write a complete business plan that must include a SWAT analysis, Marketing Plan and Monetization Strategy for a mobile app. If hired for the job I would require you to sign a Non-disclosure agreement and I would like to see some of your previous work. I am looking forward to working with you. Thanks!
Skills: Business Planning Business Analysis
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need someone to help me develop a business plan that is due July 1st. It's for a class project but will also be used to help get my company further off the ground and blueprint it's future. This is a final project for the third and final year attendees and it needs to be accompanied with a powerpoint presentation in which I have a template and criteria. The presentation will be presented and defended to a group of peers (There is an award involved and I hate to lose). I will need to verbally describe my ideas to the freelancer so you must have good communication skills in English and be OK with some ambiguity at the beginning of the project. I have several credible examples to use as a guide however I would like some original and creative ideas. I would request that you be able to think for yourself and also as if you were in my shoes. Use your imagination and be able to make decisions. I intend on communicating well but again my vision is unclear thus the reason I am in need of help. I would like someone that doesn't mind charges or edits in order to fine tune the final project. Now for the good stuff! I own an auction company that consist of a few different divisions, including: 1. Consulting, Emceeing and Auctioneering at different Benefit/Fundraising Events. 2. Organizing, marketing and managing consignment auctions. 3. Contract Auctioneering and Announcing through partnerships with other professionals in the industry. The confusing part is that I am a licensed real estate sales associate. I hold my license with a local real estate and auction company. I have ambition to open my own real estate and auction company as a start up. In order to do this I must complete a broker management course and take the state exam. The only thing I have left to do in order to finish my online class is to submit a business plan. I am literally going to be killing two birds with one stone at the completion of this project.
Skills: Business Planning Business Development Business Modeling Communications
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
Business Law. Help setup S-Corporation structure to accommodate shareholders and investors, as well as a separate software company structure that will lease subscriptions to users and company. Our goal is to have companies subscribe to our software, have investors and shareholders invest in our company. The companies that lease our product can also have investors invest in their company. Subject is insurance, software and finance. Business formation documents Florida. Term Sheet, Shareholders Agreement. Candidate has to conduct research in these areas.
Skills: Business Planning Business Development Contract Drafting Contract Law
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Greetings, I come from Greece i am interested in your services. In detail i want to build a biodiesel production plant (biodiesel is diesel made from used cooking oils if you are not familiar with the product) to be located in Bulgaria.I have a complete business plan and technical solution etch. I would like to ask if you can help me to find investors specifically interested to invest in this market since my idea is dealing with a classic commodity product not a web app or new technology,so crowdfunding or similar method is not a viable option.I think angel investors is the best option. Kind regards Panagiotis
Skills: Business Planning Market research