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Assignment Details Please use attached business plan for slides •    Please keep

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Assignment Details
Please use attached business plan for slides
•    Please keep the presentation to 5 to 8 minutes as it will be timed and there will be point deductions for going over the time limit.
• Please be sure that your presentation includes the information on the below listed slides.
• Pictures work well but if you use text, the text of each slide should be in short, bulleted points. Whole sentences are rarely needed.
• Put no more than 3-5 bulleted points on a slide.
• If using a narrated Keynote or PowerPoint, after moving to a new slide, try to wait about 5 seconds before speaking. This helps to keep the narration in sync.
12 Slides
Generally, these 12 slides should work in most business situations although you are allowed to vary as needed for your business.
Remember that the slides should just contain pictures or bullet points, basically to remind you what to say. The detail will come from your narration.
1. Title Slide: your company’s name, a short company description, and your name. You can also include your company logo here.
2. The Opportunity: what is the current market problem or opportunity?
3. Your Company and Solution: a short description of your company, what do you do, and how you solve the problem or meet the opportunity. 
4. The Target Market: who is your target market and how large is it. Be sure to cite the sources of your information in regards to market size.
5. The Competition: who is your competition and what is your competitive advantage.
6. Management and Operations: who is your team, why are they qualified, and in what type of facilities will the business operate out of.
7. The Marketing Strategy: how do plan on marketing your company and measuring the results.
8. The Timeline: when do you expect to reach key milestones.
9. Financials: a brief summary of key points from the financials. Be sure to include a summary of three years sales and profit numbers as well as the major revenue sources and expenses.
10 Funding: how much are you asking for, in what form (debt vs. equity) and how will the funds be used.
11. Investment Opportunity: What return is being offered and what are the potential exit strategies.
12. Conclusion: wrap-up and thank the investors for their attention.
Late Policy
You will receive a 20% deduction for submitting the assignment one day late, a 50% deduction for submitting the assignment two days late, and no assignment will be accepted for credit after the second day. Any assignment submitted late will receive a flat 5-point GPS deduction.
Academic Integrity Policy
Students may not reuse identical or near-identical work that was submitted for a previous course in the EBMS program, or any prior degrees, unless approved, in writing, by the course director. If the student is repeating this current course due to withdrawal, leave, failure or other circumstance, an exception will be granted: he or she may reuse and resubmit previous material created for this particular course so long as the material is updated and revised to include any prior faculty feedback and corrections. An assignment identified as resubmitted work from a different class will receive a grade of “0” as well as a loss of GPS points.  A second occurrence will be considered Academic Dishonesty and subject to the penalties outlined in the Student Manual. Please refer to your Student Manual for the complete Full Sail Code of Conduct and Standards of Behavior, including the consequences of academic dishonesty. If you have any questions, please contact your instructor or student advisor.
Grammar, Punctuation and Sentence Construction One point deduction for each non-repetitive error. For example, one word spelled incorrectly throughout the assignment receives only one point deduction.  For non-repetitive errors, these criteria are “uncapped” (i.e. 25 typos = 25 points deducted).  Grading under this criteria evaluates whether the error distracts the reader from understanding the material presented.
Evaluation Sheet
Each of the following five sections is worth 20 points each.
A  Superior – 18 to 20 points
B  Above Average – 15 to 17 points
C  Average – 12 to 14 points
D/F Below Average/Failing – 0 to 11 points
1) Introduction and Company Overview
How clearly is the market problem or opportunity presented? Is the business clearly described along with how it solves the market problem or meets the market opportunity?
2) Target Market and Competition
How clearly is the target market described along with the size of the market and the supporting references (ex. Census Bureau etc.)? Who is the competition and how well does the presenter describe their competitive advantage?
3) Management, Operations, and Marketing
How well does the presenter describe the key company personnel and why they are qualified to bring this business to fruition? Are the overall operations clearly described? Are key milestones stated? Does the presenter describe how the company will be marketed as well as how the results will be measured?
4) Financials
Does the presenter show three years of sales and profit/loss? Do the numbers add up? Do the sales numbers seem achievable? Are major revenue sources and expenses listed? Does the presenter clearly state how much in funding they are looking for as well as how much they are offering in return?
5) Overall Layout
Does the business plan contain all the required elements? Is it well organized and free from

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