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I Want Someone To Do My Entrepreneurship Presentation

Your slides will emphasize descriptions of the story elements listed below (mostly ideas), and your notes will provide additional description and/or specific evidence that supports the credibility of your story. You must include one slide that addresses each of the story elements below (one exception – you can use two to describe your solution if you prefer). These “stories” have been the addressed by our prior assignments (see below), so you should be able to capitalize on the work you’ve done previously and align it into a coherent and compelling narrative that gets others interested in helping you. YOU MUST PROVIDE SUPPORTING EVIDENCE FOR YOUR DESCRIPTIONS/ASSERTIONS IN THE NOTES FOR SLIDE 2-5 (enriching descriptions may be adequate for your personal story and concluding value proposition story). Here are the required elements of your presentation with some illustrative questions to guide you:

  1. Personal story – Why are you interested in solving this problem? Was there an inciting incident? (refer to Startup Step #2)
  2. Problem story – What is the problem and why should we care? (refer to Startup Steps #3 & #4)
  3. Competitor story – What current alternatives are used to address the problem? 
  4. Customer story – Who experiences this problem? Who is MOST frustrated with current alternatives? (refer to Startup Steps #5 & #6)
  5. Solution story – What is your solution and how is it better than alternatives? (may include two slides) (refer to Startup Steps #7, #8 & #9)
  6. Overall value proposition – Can you clearly and concisely summarize your value proposition? Can you explain and provide credible evidence that your solution solves your customers’ problem?

Keep in mind that it’s better to show than to tell, so emphasize meaningful illustrative images, keep text on your slides compelling and concise (about 20 words max per slide, 28 point font or bigger), and use the notes section to add enriching descriptions and supportive evidence.

Instructions

  1. Create a 6-slide PowerPoint presentation addressing the six stories/chapters associated with your value proposition narrative. The only permitted deviation from this format is that I’ll allow one extra slide to help you illustrate or demonstrate your solution if that helps you convey your value proposition more effectively (helps most with complicated solutions that require considerable explanation).
  2. Save your PowerPoint file using the naming convention firstnamelastname–Step10.pptx. 
  3. Upload your file to this assignment.

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