If you are writing an investor presentation you can Google what questions should be covered:
  • What is the market?
  • What is the competition?
  • What is the business model?
  • Who is in the team?
Or, you can take it one step further and already anticipate the most obvious questions an investor might have:
  • I am doing something similar to Google, is that smart?
  • I look like I am 21, isn’t that a bit young to run a startup?
  • We have been working for 18 months and still there is no prototype, will it ever arrive?
Smarter questions lead to smarter investor presentations.

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