Perfect Pitch

Pitching isn’t only for raising money—it’s for reaching an agreement, and this course is about building your perfect pitch.

Take this Course for $20
About the Course

A great pitch has two goals: establishing that the opportunity is big and showing that you can pull it off.

Luckily the era of sending 100-page business plans is over. Therefore, you will be perfectly fine with a pitch deck that is a brief presentation of your company, its mission, product, and business strategy. 

If you plan on fundraising, you will need to prepare different decks - a short elevator pitch, more complex investor deck and a contest pitch, which will be useful during startup competition.

This course will help you build different types of pitches based on your requirements.

Who could (or should) bother about pitching?  

All founders who are looking to make an impact whether it is their fundraising efforts or connecting with partners or chasing customers or even getting key team members on board would need to learn how to build a pitch.

What’s to come

Over the ten lessons, you’ll learn how to create different types of pitches.

There are 10 text-based lessons to cover all the concepts and tools. Each lesson would take 5 to 10 minutes of your reading time, plus some processing; to take the learning further.

With the course - absolutely free of cost, you also get an absolutely free of cost - coaching opportunity to clear your thoughts; with no strings attached. 

Why this course?

There is an ample amount of information, articles etc. freely available on this subject. They, why this course?

In past, when I worked with startup founders on the stage when they worked on their first pitch.  I used to refer them to different information available on the subject. But invariably, there had been some hiccups and I ended up evolving a set of communication documents that seemed to work for an effective output. 

This course is the outcome of those sets of series of instructions that went back and forth between me and startup founders previously.

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for the absolutely first-timers to the concept of fundraising and pitching. The whole idea behind this course is to hand-hold the founders who are newbies to pitching game, in order to get the things out there in an efficient way.

Even, for the founders who are familiar with the pitch decks or who have used the pitch deck before, there could be some value in terms of one-on-one coaching on the subject in the context of their business.
Intended Audience: Wannabe entrepreneurs, First time entrepreneurs, Startup founders who just took a plunge, Student entrepreneurs, Homepreneurs, Professionals looking for side hustle projects, fundraising, investor, pitch, angel investment, seed investment

Course Curriculum

Introduction to the course
Types of pitches
Traction - a key element in pitching
Investors pitch - Structure & format
Sharing pitch deck with investors
Presenting to investors
Elevator pitch
Competition pitch
Video Pitch
Pitch deck alternatives
author

Shashank Rajurkar

Instructor

Presently, I am involved in entrepreneurship training, mentoring and startup consulting.

My prior work involved a stint in an early venture fund and launching and building two businesses.

My current focus area is - early stage starups, early traction, lean business model, value proposition, product-market fit, minimum viable product (MVP), strategy, growth, lean business model validation process and more.

In recent time, I have worked with developers and makers working on side-project, solopreneurs and early stage founders with small teams, to bring in ideal customers for the startup projects. This covers all kinds of new businesses in search of product market fit - B2C or B2B; entirely online or partly online; from any geography. The startup projects that I have worked are a diverse stage of product development - from a stage when you just have an idea to a stage where you have a landing page or an MVP or some functional product ready.

My core strength is about experimenting and an efficient way of building early traction by focusing on "ideal" users.