On average, angel investors place over $20 billion each year into early stage companies.
When an angel investor is reviewing your business plan, they’re asking if you as an entrepreneur has:
- An easily explainable business idea and revenue model?
- A team who can help the company reach its goals?
- A good understanding of your financials?
Our angel investor business plans are 20-30 pages and have 7 parts:
- Executive Summary – includes brief company and financial overview
- Market Opportunity – discusses the problem your product or service solves, the size of the market place, and what piece of the market you intend to dominate
- Customer Attraction & Retention – the marketing plan explains how we’ll attract, convert, and retain customers
- Team/Management – we prove that your team can lead the company to its overall goals
- Competition & Competitive Advantage – includes SWOT analysis, list of top 3 competitors and your competitive advantage
- Financial Projections – shows Profit & Loss (Income) Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows, and Break Even Analysis
- Payback Plan – since angel investors most likely will not receive payments on a monthly basis, you have to show them HOW they will get their money back. These are called “liquidity events.” The best business plans have multiple liquidity event options.
Note: We are NOT a contingency firm. A fixed price will be set at the time of contract signing and a retainer deposit will be requested at that time. Final payment is due upon completion of services.