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Biotech Entrepreneur:
Investor Pitch Deck Example
www.biosourceconsulting.com
Craig Shimasaki, PhD, MBA
1. Company Purpose,
Mission and History Slide
Company Background
• Include relevant history that has value and lends credibility
• Orient the audience to who you are, y...
2. The Problem
or “Pain” Slide
The Problem
• The better that investors understand and agree
with the significance of the problem or pain, the
more meanin...
3. Technology and
Product “Solution” Slide
Technology and/or Product
• How does your technology/product
application specifically solve the problem
or alleviate the “...
4. Competition and
Substitutes Slide
Competition
• Describe the current and future competition
for your proposed product
• Discuss the inferior substitutes cur...
5. Market Opportunity
or Strategy Slide
Market
• Show how big the market is in
dollars
– If you determined this, show how was it
calculated
– Give sources for any...
6. Business Model Slide
Business Model
• Describe how will you make
money
– Are you going to sell the end
product or are you an
intermediary?
• Sh...
7. Insurance
Reimbursement
Strategy Slide
Insurance Reimbursement
• Describe the reimbursement environment for your
product or similar category products
• Does your...
8. Product
Development and
Regulatory Slide
Product Development and
Regulatory Pathway
• Describe your current product
development stage and what has
been accomplishe...
9. Intellectual Property
and/or Secret Sauce Slide
Intellectual Property (IP)
• Discuss your issued patents
• If none, what stage are your
patent applications?
• Do you have...
10. Leadership Team Slide
Leadership Team
• Describe the current senior management team and
their relevant background information
• Show who are you...
11. Investor Exit and
Estimated Timeframe Slide
Potential Exit and Timing
• Do you anticipate a potential
IPO or an acquisition?
• If acquisition, list your top 3
potenti...
12. Financials and
Financing Slide
Financials and Financing
• Ideally, present a 5-year Pro
Forma projection of revenue,
especially if it is a diagnostic or
...
13. Potential Risks and How
They Will be Mitigated Slide
Risk Mitigation
• Depending on the audience and the issues
with any predecessor company products in
your market, this slid...
14. Summary Slide
Summary
• Summarize the points to you want the audience to
remember when they walk away
– The novelty of your technology a...
15. Thank You
Q&A Slide
Thank You
• Thank the audience for the
opportunity to present to them
and acknowledge any special
efforts to give you that...
16. Support Slides
Various Support Slides
• These slides are of your choosing but
pick the ones that explain the issues you
anticipate invest...
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www.biosourceconsulting.com
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A critical tool for all biotech entrepreneurs is an Investor Slide Deck or “Pitch” Deck. This example is provided to help those who want guidance on what topics and information are important for a biotech investor presentation. I have put together some basic information about what a biotech investor pitch deck should contain when presenting for the first time to a group of potential investors. Realize that this is not a template per se in which to simply fill in the blanks, but an ordered list of topics that are significant to most all biotechnology investors. For more information read the BioBlog at www.biosourceconsulting.com

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How to Develop a PowerPoint Pitch Deck for Biotech Investor Presentations

  1. 1. Biotech Entrepreneur: Investor Pitch Deck Example www.biosourceconsulting.com Craig Shimasaki, PhD, MBA
  2. 2. 1. Company Purpose, Mission and History Slide
  3. 3. Company Background • Include relevant history that has value and lends credibility • Orient the audience to who you are, your technology sector, and any other information that helps set the stage for what you will be communicating later – Succinctly describe your purpose and or/mission – From whom was the technology licensed? • Was it a well-known institution and researcher in a particular field? – When did the company officially begin operating • This is relevant only as a gauge for what has been accomplished – Describe your current stage of product development • Are you a start-up; in pre-clinical testing; or prototype testing? • Why are you in front of these investors – “I am raising $2.5 million in Series A Preferred round of capital”
  4. 4. 2. The Problem or “Pain” Slide
  5. 5. The Problem • The better that investors understand and agree with the significance of the problem or pain, the more meaning the solution will have for them • Describe the significance of the problem – What is the Pain or Need in the market? – What do customers have to go through to solve this problem? • Why is there a problem?
  6. 6. 3. Technology and Product “Solution” Slide
  7. 7. Technology and/or Product • How does your technology/product application specifically solve the problem or alleviate the “pain” for this market? • Show Data! – nothing substitutes for plenty of evidence (data) that your proposed product can work – Show experimental results, prototype testing results, external or independent testing results – Make sure your assumptions are correct and your tests are relevant, predictive or indicative of your future product’s likely performance • Describe (non-confidential) mechanism- of-action; in other words, how does the technology work? – You don’t need to reveal trade secrets or confidential information, but you need to demonstrate that the technology works
  8. 8. 4. Competition and Substitutes Slide
  9. 9. Competition • Describe the current and future competition for your proposed product • Discuss the inferior substitutes currently being used to solve the problem and alleviate the pain • Frequently there is no direct product competition for novel biotechnology products, but there are substitute products being used to try to solve this problem • Describe the product features and benefits – Be sure these are relevant to the problem and important to the customer • Develop a competitive product matrix if applicable • What are your product’s points-of- differentiation compared to the competition or substitutes for your product
  10. 10. 5. Market Opportunity or Strategy Slide
  11. 11. Market • Show how big the market is in dollars – If you determined this, show how was it calculated – Give sources for any market data you show • Is it a niche or orphan market? • Describe your target market – Drill down to the customer segment that will purchase your product • Describe how will you reach your customers – Will you need market channel partners? – If so, who and why would they want to work with you?
  12. 12. 6. Business Model Slide
  13. 13. Business Model • Describe how will you make money – Are you going to sell the end product or are you an intermediary? • Show how you will reach your customers – Will you need distributors • Explain the important components of your business • Is there a competitive advantage you have by the use of your business model?
  14. 14. 7. Insurance Reimbursement Strategy Slide
  15. 15. Insurance Reimbursement • Describe the reimbursement environment for your product or similar category products • Does your product need to have insurance reimbursement to be accepted by your market? • Are there Current Procedural Technology (CPT) Codes available for your product category? • Do you need to file for a new CPT code in order to get medical insurance reimbursed? • Is there a pharmacoeconomic case for using your product that will save the insurance companies money? – Will that be realized in a short or long period of time?
  16. 16. 8. Product Development and Regulatory Slide
  17. 17. Product Development and Regulatory Pathway • Describe your current product development stage and what has been accomplished to date • Describe the product development milestones and the timeframe you expect to reach these • Understand what milestones have significant value inflection points for the company • Briefly discuss the regulatory pathway for approval • Are there any issues in your regulatory pathway that need to be addressed before you can proceed?
  18. 18. 9. Intellectual Property and/or Secret Sauce Slide
  19. 19. Intellectual Property (IP) • Discuss your issued patents • If none, what stage are your patent applications? • Do you have exclusive license from the patent holder? • If IP is licensed, describe the terms • Who is your IP attorney? • Discuss any other types of protective measures that will help you be competitive
  20. 20. 10. Leadership Team Slide
  21. 21. Leadership Team • Describe the current senior management team and their relevant background information • Show who are your advisors – Be sure to have experts that can advise you in every critical area of the company and product development process • Describe your scientific advisory board members • Who else is on your team that will help ensure success? • Describe the positions that are missing from the leadership team, and what skills you are seeking and when do you anticipate to hire
  22. 22. 11. Investor Exit and Estimated Timeframe Slide
  23. 23. Potential Exit and Timing • Do you anticipate a potential IPO or an acquisition? • If acquisition, list your top 3 potential acquirers • Share how long you anticipate it may be before an investor exit • Provide data on exit valuation or revenue multiples for your sector • Share any contacts or preliminary interest from any potential partners or acquirers
  24. 24. 12. Financials and Financing Slide
  25. 25. Financials and Financing • Ideally, present a 5-year Pro Forma projection of revenue, especially if it is a diagnostic or medical device. • Show much money have you raised to date • Tell how much capital you anticipate needing and how many rounds to reach commercialization or an exit for investors • In broad general categories, describe the Use of Proceeds for the round you are raising
  26. 26. 13. Potential Risks and How They Will be Mitigated Slide
  27. 27. Risk Mitigation • Depending on the audience and the issues with any predecessor company products in your market, this slide may not always be necessary. However, you need to know and discuss risk issues and describe how you will mitigate these risks: – Any critical technology development risks – All regulatory issues and risks for your particular product – Any reimbursement issues – Major market issues for acceptance of your product – Anticipated intellectual property issues for protection – Competition risks and how these impact you company – Hiring certain key members and your ability to recruit the right team
  28. 28. 14. Summary Slide
  29. 29. Summary • Summarize the points to you want the audience to remember when they walk away – The novelty of your technology and the unique opportunity of your product – A seasoned management team that has previous experience in successful start-ups – The shortened timeframe or reduced costs of your product development pathway – Your leveraged partnerships with significant experience in your sector – Be sure to “connect-the-dots” for them
  30. 30. 15. Thank You Q&A Slide
  31. 31. Thank You • Thank the audience for the opportunity to present to them and acknowledge any special efforts to give you that opportunity • Be sure to allow plenty of time for Q&A because this is where investors learn what you know and how you respond to issues
  32. 32. 16. Support Slides
  33. 33. Various Support Slides • These slides are of your choosing but pick the ones that explain the issues you anticipate investors may ask • Have more detailed data slides supporting that your technology and/or product should work as anticipated • Include slides that address key problem issues that others in your field have encountered before. Show how you will be able to manage that risk • Sometimes testimonials supporting the critical need for your product can help – Use Key Opinion Leaders – Potential future partners – Potential future acquirers
  34. 34. For more information see the BioBlog at www.biosourceconsulting.com “How to Develop a PowerPoint Pitch Deck for Biotech Investor Presentations”
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A critical tool for all biotech entrepreneurs is an Investor Slide Deck or “Pitch” Deck. This example is provided to help those who want guidance on what topics and information are important for a biotech investor presentation. I have put together some basic information about what a biotech investor pitch deck should contain when presenting for the first time to a group of potential investors. Realize that this is not a template per se in which to simply fill in the blanks, but an ordered list of topics that are significant to most all biotechnology investors. For more information read the BioBlog at www.biosourceconsulting.com

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