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The Look and Feel of a Business Plan Document

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Posted by Anonymous on 2008-06-30

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We are close to completing our business plan, and are thinking ahead to the next step: document production.

What do VCs prefer with respect to the final look and feel of a document" Do they want something glossy and flashy; off-set printed with perfect binding; designed to look like a high-end magazine" Do they prefer a plain report printed on regular white paper, coil-bound, with a clear plastic cover"

Will a document that looks like it cost more to produce get VCs to open it with more interest than one that looks like it was printed on a home office ink-jet" Or do VCs only care about the facts and figures"

How important is this first impression"