If you have a great idea for a new business and now you’re looking for funding or other support, you’ll probably have to break out the PowerPoint. There are only ten slides you should need for your pitch.
Well-known entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki emphasizes the 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint to keep your presentation short and painless—ten slides, presented in twenty minutes, with thirty-point font.
His infographic also tells you which topics to cover, with the reminder that the point of the pitch is to stimulate interest for a second meeting for further discussion.
The Only 10 Slides You Need in a Pitch | Guy Kawasaki
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