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Venture Hypothesis Presentation Outline

  1. Title slide or page ... venture concept name, team members, 3-word concept summary
  2. Opportunity ... the problem, market analysis, first customer(s)
  3. Solution and venture concept ... products and services, competitive advantage
  4. Business model ... how the venture will make money (or self-sustain)
  5. Marketing and sales strategies ... how the venture will attract customers
  6. Product development and operations strategies ... how the venture will develop and deliver solutions to customers
  7. Team and organization ... the current team and what do they do, advisors, team members to be added
  8. Risks and variations ... downside and upside risks, timeline, and tolerances
  9. Financial model ... estimate of units sold, average selling price, revenue, expenses, and EBITDA for first 5 years; key assumptions; significant startup expenses
  10. Validation plan ... how the hypothesis will be validated
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