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Creating Compelling Investor Presentations by Ron Rechan

Updated: Jun 4, 2023

As a business advisor and consultant, I understand the importance of creating a compelling investor presentation. An investor presentation is a tool that can help you secure funding for your business and communicate your vision to potential investors. In this blog, I will provide you with tips on how to create a compelling investor presentation.

1. Build a Compelling Story

The beginning of your investor presentation is crucial. Within the first few slides, potential investors evaluate your business idea and determine whether they want to invest in or do business with you long-term. Therefore, building a compelling story that hooks investors from the start is essential. Be concise and to the point, as investors make their decisions in just a few minutes of your presentation.

2. Clearly Present Your Business

First things first, clearly present your company and what you do. This should be easy to digest and understand for the investors you are presenting to. Your investor presentation should provide a clear, concise, yet informative overview of your business to potential investors. It should cover key points of your business, such as your vision, market opportunity, products and services, high-level financials, and funding needs.

3. Present Financial Data and Metrics

Investors want to see the data and metrics behind your business. Lay out key financial and core metrics so investors know the status of your business. This includes revenue, profit margins, customer acquisition costs, and other key performance indicators. Use charts and graphs to make the data more digestible and visually appealing.

4. Include Engaging Visuals and Graphics

An investor presentation is a tool used to pitch your business. You should aim to have engaging visuals and graphics to best engage with your audience. Use images, videos, and infographics to help tell your story and make your presentation more visually appealing. This will help keep your audience engaged and interested in your presentation.

5. Highlight Your Team

Investors want to know who they are investing in. Highlight your team and their experience in your investor presentation. This includes their backgrounds, education, and relevant work experience. This will help investors understand the expertise and experience of your team and how they can help your business succeed.

6. Address Potential Risks

No business is without risks, and investors know this. Address potential risks in your investor presentation and explain how you plan to mitigate them. This will show investors that you have thought through the potential risks and have a plan to address them.

7. Practice Your Presentation

Practice makes perfect, and this is especially true when it comes to investor presentations. Practice your presentation with friends, family, or colleagues to get feedback and improve your delivery. This will help you feel more confident and prepared when it comes time to present to potential investors.


In conclusion, creating a compelling investor presentation is essential for securing funding for your business. By building a compelling story, clearly presenting your business, presenting financial data and metrics, including engaging visuals and graphics, highlighting your team, addressing potential risks, and practicing your presentation, you can create a presentation that will hook investors and help you secure the funding you need to grow your business. As a business advisor and consultant, I encourage you to take the time to create a compelling investor presentation and invest in the future of your business. Ron Rechan

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