Pitch book

Pitch book

Marketing material compiled by an investment bank for use in client presentations to win new business or for attracting new clients.
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Mr Osborne also announced a new HS2 partnering day between British and Chinese firms to explore joining up on bids for contracts, as well as launching the Northern Powerhouse pitch book.
According to Pitch Book, in the first half of 2013 valuations for middle-market deals hit a decade high of 10.
But however you actually do it we all know is that you need people with good private sector nous, good private sector experience and a clear sense of how you put together the pitch book.
The pitch book, said the complaint, was distributed to several potential investors.
Bonus features include a special tribute to co-creator Jerry Juhl, a replica of Jim Henson's original pitch book, and interviews with cast and crew.
Finally, before approaching potential buyers, the CPA should prepare a pitch book (see "What Goes in a Pitch Book," below) that shows what the business has to offer based on the work that has been done so far.
Also, I would try as much as possible to help the lawyer understand that getting that first meeting is not just about the pitch book.
prepare a separate pitch book for each client type (total four)
In addition to the existing Assembly Center, the platform also includes a PowerPoint & PDF Pitch Book module and the revolutionary SalesDocBuilder([TM])Module.
Meyler uses video a great deal as it can say more about a fund in two minutes than can be said in even a 40 page pitch book.
Thomson Reuters Pitchboard: Thomson Reuters Pitchboard for Good offers seamless, secure delivery and return of pitch book iterations and edits between colleagues in the office and on the road.