A presentation to potential investors in your business -- to family, friends, or angels -- should include most of these elements.
Typically at a venture-capital forum, you have about 10 minutes to cover the topics listed below. VCs in particular love the nitty-gritty details of how, say, you plan to grow 200% in two years. But any presentation to investors --whether to family, friends, or angel groups -- should include most of these elements:
Benefit statement of what you do
Problem and solution
Market size and opportunity
You and the team
Revenue model and financial projections
Milestones to date (partnerships, customers, revenue, product development, investment)