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Advice from “The Pitch Doctor”

Written By: Gary 17 November 2010 Other Posts By: Gary

McAdory “Mac” Lipscomb, operating partner at RRE Ventures, is often referred to as “the pitch doctor” around the VC community in New York. Mr. Lipscomb brings extensive corporate management experience to RRE, with senior level positions held at Accenture, Showtime Networks, and WorldSpace – the first global satellite direct radio broadcaster (leading the joint venture strategy that created XM Satellite Radio). Mr. Lipscomb also spent time working on Presidential campaigns on both side of the aisle during his 12 years in Washington D.C.

Mr. Lipscomb was kind enough to take part of a video education series produced by Do It In Person and shared his insight on how to pitch and present your idea to venture capitalists. Thanks Mac!

The Fab 14 – Fourteen Essential Slides in a Presentation

  1. Company Title Page
  2. Presentation Overview
  3. Financial Overview
  4. The Product
  5. An Example
  6. Your Customers
  7. Revenue Stream
  8. Competitors
  9. Monetary Uses
  10. Goals
  11. Objectives
  12. Management Team
  13. Company Value
  14. Summary

Audio & Video in a Presentation

Key Aspects of a  Presentation to a VC

  1. Agenda
  2. Business Plan
  3. Market
  4. Delivery

I’d like to thank Aron Schoenfeld for allowing us to syndicate Do It In Person’s video education series with the Founder’s Block audience. Also, thank you Mac Lipscomb for providing your insight into pitching and presenting to a VC.

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