One Page Investor Summary

Generate a one page pitch summary

#1 Product of the DayJune 30, 2018

Creating a one page summary will help you clarify your thinking and present a clear pitch to investors. The goal of this tool is to set your pitch up for success before you start emailing investors.

🦄 Use this tool to quickly generate your own one pager.

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11 Reviews5.0/5
MakerPro
Being clear and concise is the hardest thing about pitching - forcing yourself to go through the process of putting the key points onto one page helps you focus on what really matters. This one-page summary tool will guide you through the process. Let me know if it's helpful!
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MakerPro
Also be glad to know what other features you'd like us to add similar to this..
MakerPro
** this isn't meant to replace a traditional pitch deck...just a tool to help you simplify!
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@awt I'm glad you reminded people of that. This is NOT a replacement for a Deck.
MakerPro
@iviralx thank you!
If you answer all the questions on the page with certain clarity i think one would be able to handle the objections of investors with confidence. Will fill it completely and share the output.
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MakerPro
@enaganti thanks for checking it out. Glad for the feedback!
This is an awesome tool. Really really great. My only concern is that whilst I absolutely get the need for brevity and being concise, some of the caharacter limitations are crippling. I’m struggling to get out a short sentence in some areas.
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MakerPro
@mickc79 do you think one longer text box with less bullet points would be more effective?
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MakerPro
@mickc79 thanks for checking it out!
@awt actually no... I think what you’ve done forces brevity and clarity. And whilst that’s incredibly difficult, it’s also massively important. Your tool is like hardcore training for pitching on the spot. I’ve been through it three times now and each time my answers get more to the point.
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@awt The "Why you, why this, why now?" is the most difficult as there's no way to answer all three. Maybe you should be more concise with this question? Which of the three is most important to an investor?
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MakerPro
@mickc79 that's super helpful to hear...that was my goal. The times where I've forced myself to simplify on paper have resulted in a short, clear verbal pitch as well. So I think it's worth the effort!!
Great job!! 😊
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MakerPro
@ayush_chandra thank you! Really appreciate you checking this out and giving me feedback