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The Small Business Administration (SBA) describes a business plan as a living document that serves as an “essential roadmap to success.”


Programs from the SBA provide funding of up to $2 million, and each Wise Business Bank-Compliant Business Plan meets and exceeds bank and SBA requirements and guidelines.


The SBA offers a variety of programs to small business owners: 

-The 7(a) SBA Loan Program

-Export loans 

-Rural business loans 


-Advantage loans

-The Express and Pilot programs


-The CDC 504 Loan Program

These programs are designed to assist small businesses with gathering working capital; buying land or a building; paying for repairs, new construction or expansion; and purchasing supplies, equipment, fixtures, machinery, furniture, or materials. The programs can also assist those looking to purchase an existing business. 

But no matter which loan program or bank a client chooses, a well-written SBA business plan is a requirement. The SBA requires a business plan that includes certain key features to be submitted along with the application for its programs.


What Investors Look For In Your Pitch Deck

Listed below are the 11 slides every Entrepreneur should look to include in their initial investor pitch deck.


Within the template / Power Point I created for you, on each slide I explain more about what kind of information to fill in and share. Further belowI’ve also linked to some actual pitch deck examples that have raised funding from angels and VC's

Here are the 11 basic slides:

-Slide 1: Vision / Elevator Pitch

-Slide 2: Traction / Validation

-Slide 3: Market Opportunity

-Slide 4: The Problem

-Slide 5: Product / Service

-Slide 6: Revenue Model

-Slide 7: Marketing & Growth Strategy

-Slide 8: Team TISI +%

-Slide 9: Financials

-Slide 10: Competition

-Slide 11: Investment ‘Ask’

Pitch Deck
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