Here's an excellent article from Hubspot on how to write your mission/vision.
4- Business Description A more detailed description of the company, what it will do and how will it make money.
Again, the most common concept is this 20 or 30 page-long document that you prepare to demonstrate that the founding team has the right mindset to venture into a new opportunity.
If you are a startup, especially a tech startup, then you might find some similarities between this concept and that of a 'pitch deck template.' The pitch deck, in the end, is the modern, simpler version of the traditional business plan.
The presentation template above is a business plan template in the form of a slide deck.
There is some disambiguation about what a business plan is, when is it needed and how long should it be, but we'll try to clarify some of these questions in this article. There is consensus over the concept of Business Plan representing a formal, written statement of the goals of a new venture, and an overview of the original strategy that will be followed to achieve them.
The keys to a successful presentation are advance preparation and rehearsal until your delivery is smooth and polished.
Business plan presentations are designed to sell your idea to investors through a concise and engaging overview of what your business does, how it fills a consumer need and what you are looking for in terms of an investment.
Let's revisit the typical structure of a business plan:1- Cover Page and Table of Contents Not a lot to add here.
2- Executive Summary The Executive Summary is usually a one-page summary of the contents of the business plan; as I mentioned above, some business plans only consist of this section.3- Mission and Vision Statement A mission statement summarizes a company's purpose in one or two paragraphs: why it exists.