Writing An Executive Summary: The 4 Most Important Words [Infographic]

Executive Summary

The executive summary is typically one of the initial interactions an entrepreneur will have with an investor. Here’s how to make your best first impression.

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Executive Summary


How to Start an Executive Summary

Did you know angel and venture capital investors receive up to hundreds or even thousands of executive summaries each year? Writing an interesting, engaging, concise, AND robust document can be frustrating and cumbersome. How do you beat out the competition, and win the interest of investors? Thankfully, we’ve written a few articles that give you an edge on what investors are really looking for. For more information on executive summaries and investors, check out the following articles.

14 Types of Information Investors May Request as Part of their Due Diligence Checklist for Your Startup

Why Your Executive Summary is Headed for the Trash!

Concept Stage Startups: Investor Due Diligence List

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Camryn Greer

Camryn Greer graduated from East Tennessee State University in 2016 with a BA in Studio Art, concentrating in Graphic Design, and a minor in legal studies. Camryn currently creates infographics in conjunction with FundingSage's articles.