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Frequently asked questions
How do I get started?
If you don’t have a company organized but have a good idea, well you are a bit too early to go through the program. It’s not that you couldn’t learn a few things, but you need some of the planning information and data to apply the training so you are making the best use of the training and your time.
How long does it take?
The training takes approximately 1 hour of video and 4 hours to create the first draft of your presentation, however, translating the information, strategies and key points into a pitch deck depends on your focus and desire. If you grasp each page and the concepts, which are laid out in simple form with analogies and stories, you should finish your deck in less than 1 month.
How often does a company have to raise money?
It depends on the company, industry etc. but the rule of thumb is almost always. One of the key skills a CEO can develop, yes it must be developed, is the ability to raise funding. And the pitch puts the process in motion giving the investor the foundation from which they will make decisions.
I have already built a pitch deck, will this help me?
Yes, there are thousands of pitch deck templates and advice you can download and read about on the internet. Very few come with proven results and give you the insight as to what an investor is really thinking, how to remove the traps inherent in a pitch deck and improve your success rate.
What if I need more help?
Asking for help is the smart thing you can do. It's impossible to know everything. We have coaches that can walk you through the details on any aspect of the Pitch Pro deck. Sometimes you just need a few minutes of time from the experts to overcome the challenges quickly. We discount our coaching fees for members. Use our contact form or call us anytime. We want you to have the best possible chance of success.
What is investor messaging
Investors have their own ways of looking at a company. Some start with the amount you are raising and others dive straight into the financials. Frame your messaging in short bullets or bites of information. Making it easy for them to grasp your company and its key elements.