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Kelly Keenan Trumpbour presents…
Seal The Deal:
Master Your Core Pitch
What if you could predict how potential partners, collaborators, and investors will evaluate your pitch, before you even deliver it?
You can, and I’m going to show you how.
Kelly Keenan Trumpbour presents…
Seal The Deal:
Master Your Core Pitch
What if you could predict how potential partners, collaborators, and investors will evaluate your pitch, before you even deliver it?
You can, and I’m going to show you how.
As a female founder, you’ve spotted a gap in the market and created an innovative product or service that has the potential to not only disrupt established thinking but also transform consumer behavior in your industry.

THINK....
These companies have transformed the frequency in which women visit the salon, shop for clothes, and keep themselves up-to-date with current affairs.
THE ONE THING THEY HAVE IN COMMON?
Like you, they all started out as bright ideas conceived by female founders who spotted gaps in the market that they knew they could fill. 

Deep down, you know you have the makings of a scalable business but when it comes to articulating your growth trajectory and even your exit plan, suddenly your clear vision starts to feel a little fuzzy around the edges.

As an active angel investor and venture capitalist, I’ve met HUNDREDS of aspiring female entrepreneurs like you.
 
On the outside you’re a FIERCE, TENACIOUS GO-GETTER who refuses to settle for mediocrity.

But behind closed doors, I KNOW YOU OFTEN FEEL:

LIKE AN IMPOSTER. Strengthening your confidence is a daily practice for you, and you’re constantly working on improving your “business speak” so you can feel like you belong in conversations with the “grown ups.”

OVERWHELMED. At times, your vision for how you could scale your business feels bigger than your current experience allows you to comprehend, let alone verbalize to anyone else.

SCATTERED. You’re a generator, a creative, and a visionary. Because of that you have hundreds of big ideas, all competing for your focus. The only trouble? You don’t know which to pursue first.

CONSTRAINED. If it were up to you, you’d want to set a dozen growth strategies in motion, all at the same time. But right now, you simply don’t have the time, money, business capacity, or the team you need around you to make that happen.

LIKE YOU'RE STEPPING INTO THE UNKNOWN. While you might be scared that your big idea will never amount to much, there’s a part of you that’s equally scared about what will happen when your company really takes off. Will you be able to maintain the integrity of your vision as you grow? 

If this sounds anything like the conversation that’s playing on loop in your head, then YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE. 


I'VE LOST COUNT ...
of how many founders and startup CEOs who have confided in me that they’re spinning their wheels, but don’t know who to talk to for risk of being judged harshly or perceived as weak in the eyes of those that have the resources to help them.
AND I GET IT, I REALLY DO.
On the one hand, you want to present yourself as a steely entrepreneur with the confidence to command her worth and the strength to walk away from opportunities that she doesn’t like the sound of.

But on the other hand, you’re just so desperate to find a mentor who can look at your business and tell you, straight up, whether your business stands a chance of being the NEXT BIG THING.
I’M KELLY KEENAN TRUMPBOUR, 
angel investor and venture capitalist, and I teach entrepreneurs, startups, and creatives how to communicate their vision, plan for growth, and pitch to partners, collaborators, and investors.
You and I both know that you have what it takes to start a business.  

But deep down, we both know you want more.

You’re tired of feeling like you’re dabbling, playing it safe, and rolling with the status quo.

You want to be somebody.

You want your company to be a major player in your industry.

And you’re ready to own your value and show up in a whole new way so that partners, collaborators, and investors will be willing to bet on you, just like you’re willing to bet on yourself. 
Just imagine how it would feel to...
  • Feel confident talking about the present and future value of your business with anyone external to your organization.
  • Forge relationships with partners and affiliates who will support your new launches and expansion activities. 
  • Be invited to prescreen meetings with angel investors and venture capitalists. 
All of these things and more are possible for you when you enroll in...
SEAL THE DEAL: Master Your Core Pitch.
There has never been a better time to learn more about the language of investing, especially if you know you’ll need to secure cash to grow your business.
REASON #1: It can be hard to get a business loan.
According to Forbes, a recent study of over 32,000 loan applications conducted by Biz2Credit found that while small business owners aged 30-49 were more likely to apply for business loans, applications made by older entrepreneurs were more likely to be approved.

Older applicants typically have more years in business and with traditional lenders typically wanting to see at least three years of accounts before making decisions, they are more likely to get approved than younger applicants who started their businesses later by comparison.

If you’ve reached the point where bootstrapping is no longer viable and you’re unable to secure a business loan from a bank, chances are your next step might be to approach some kind of investor.
REASON #2: There are angels actively looking for promising early stage investments.
Wealthy individuals have been lending startup capital to entrepreneurs for centuries and there are now more than 297,000 angel investors and over 400 active angel groups in the U.S.A. 

According to the Center for Venture Research at the University of Hampshire, in 2016 angels made over $21.3bn in investments to 64,380 entrepreneurs.
REASON #3: Female founders are securing more investment than ever before.
Indeed, analysts at TechCrunch commented that it was “easier than ever to find female founders whose companies have raised significant amounts of funding, are hitting new milestones, and in many cases, developing very novel technologies.” 

Among their 40 female founders who crushed it in 2016 are…

Katrina Lake, the co-founder of Stitch Fix, a personal shopping mail subscription box service which, to date, has raised $48m….

Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, co-CEOs of TheSkimm.com, a daily e-newsletter for smart millennials that raised $8m last year alone…

And Emily Weiss, founder of the digitally native cosmetics brand, Glossier, a three year-old company that has raised $34m and developed cult status with consumers and influencers alike.
That’s great, but what does it mean for you? How do you capitalize on the moment?
Whether your dream is to secure support, mentorship, or financial investment, the only way you can go from playing small, feeling like an imposter and running the risk of constant knockbacks is by securing the resources you need to fuel your growth faster and easier than ever before and to acquire the correct language to ask for the support you need.
That’s where Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch comes in. 
During this eight-module program, you’ll learn the language of investing and acquire the tools, strategies, and insider knowledge you need to create a winning pitch deck slideshow that you can use to court potential partners, collaborators, and investors.
Here’s how all the Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch program fits together:
Owning the “Why” Behind Your Pitch 
In my experience, pitches without a strong “why” 
don’t succeed. Either the founders lack passion 
and enthusiasm, or they fail to communicate the meaning and purpose that drives their company. 
Owning your “why” will make you and your pitch 
stand out when you go before potential partners, collaborators, and investors to ask for their support.
IN MODULE ONE, YOU WILL:
  • Articulate your growth plan and forecast realistic goals for revenue, profit, costs, and customer acquisition that you can confidently defend if needed. 
  •  Learn how to talk about your “origin story” in a way that’s believable and gets potential partners, collaborators, and investors to buy into your business, as well as yourself as founder and CEO. 
  •  Crystalize in your mind the kind of support you need to activate your growth plan and catalyze your success. 
Introducing Yourself & 
The Business You Want to Grow
Whether you’re pitching for support, collaboration, or financial investment, perception is everything. Those people with the resources to help you will likely be busy and have short attention spans, which means your pitch must capture their attention in sixty seconds or less. Fail to do this and you risk your audience tuning out, and the rest of your pitch falling on deaf ears.
IN MODULE TWO, YOU WILL:
  • Learn how to walk the line between appearing excessively confident or overly humble when meeting potential partners, collaborators, or investors for the first time.
  •  Craft an introduction that investors will sit up and take notice of using my C.A.R.E methodology. 
  •  Create an impactful elevator pitch that creates anticipation in the minds of your audience and leaves them ready to hear more. 
Define Your Opportunity & Your Market 
When you’re pitching, the onus is on you to present investing in your business as an unmissable opportunity. To do this, you’ll need to convince your audience that you’ve spotted a problem, desire, or void in the market that isn’t currently being filled and be ready to talk about the various segments of your market using supporting statistics and appropriate business terminology.
IN MODULE THREE, YOU WILL:
  • Discover how to clearly articulate the problem your product or service solves and the right way to talk about the ideal customer avatar who will consume it.
  •  Learn how to make projections for how your product will perform, based on the information you have available to you.  
  •  Define your TAM, SAM, and SOM and why your knowledge of these three market areas is important to investors. 
Your Solution & Secret Sauce
It’s a mistake to think that all you need to do to land an investment is get an investor to like your product. Investors don’t just want to hear about your branding, marketing, and your product design; they also want to hear you talk about the big picture -- the “so what?” -- behind your product or service.
IN MODULE FOUR, YOU WILL:
  • Discover how to talk about the “nuts and bolts” of your product or service in a way that will excite and not bore potential partners, collaborators, and investors.
  •  Qualify how your product or service will reach your intended customers and the channels through which you’ll make sales. 
  •  Learn how to describe your company’s “secret sauce” and how to convince potential partners, collaborators, and investors what it is that makes you, your company, and your product or service truly unique. 
Your Go to Market Plan
Once you’ve established there’s a captive market for your product or service and why it’s superior, it’s time to reveal your go to market plan. This is about showing investors the key actions that drive revenue in your business, how you will scale and multiply their investment over time, and how you will maintain a competitive advantage over your competitors.
IN MODULE FIVE, YOU WILL:
  • Articulate your revenue model for your business and learn how to talk about your various revenue streams.
  •  Create a Traction & Validation Roadmap that you can share with investors to demonstrate that your business is ready and worthy of their investment. 
  •  Conduct a SWOT analysis of your business, learn how to summarize your findings and present them to potential partners, collaborators, and investors. 

Your Financial Projections & Key Metrics
For most investors, your financial projections will be the thing they want to hear about most. While your business might not be a unicorn, potential partners, collaborators, and investors want to know how you expect your business to perform throughout the lifecycle of their investment, so they can weigh up the level of risk they’re taking when they bet on you to succeed. It doesn’t matter how flawless your pitch has been up until this point; if you fudge the numbers your chances of investment could disappear for good.
IN MODULE SIX, YOU WILL:
  • Learn how to talk about your cash flow so you can reassure potential partners, collaborators, and investors that there’s enough liquidity in your business to keep it alive long enough for them to realize their expected returns.
  •  Get to grips with how to talk about key concepts like runway and burn rate so you can reassure your audience that their investment won’t be used to cover debt, but to facilitate your future growth. 
  •  Calculate your cost of customer acquisition and your conversion rates and understand how to talk about them in a way that supports your pitch. 

Your Ask & Exit Strategy
It’s essential that whenever you go into a meeting with potential partners, collaborators, and investors that you’re crystal clear about what you’re asking for. By the time you make it into a formal pitch, your “ask” should be clear, concise, and direct.
IN MODULE SEVEN, YOU WILL:
  • Formulate an “ask” that clearly conveys what you need, why you’re asking for it and what your next steps will be after you receive what you’ve asked for.
  •  Learn how to position your business as a viable and potentially profitable investment opportunity and show yourself as a credible business owner with skin in the game. 
  •  Articulate your “end game” in a way that gives potential partners, collaborators, and investors confidence that their investment will result in a profit. 

    Pulling It All Together For the Ultimate Pitch
    Your pitch deck is an incredibly versatile document and provides a foundation for talking about your business in a variety of different ways and settings. 
    IN MODULE EIGHT, YOU WILL:
    • Get to grips with my best practices for how to present your pitch deck with confidence to a variety of different audiences.
    •  Learn how to pace your presentation and deal with curve balls such as difficult questions or unexpected time constraints. 
    •  Discover how your pitch deck can be expanded and turned into a more detailed written business proposal, or summarized to deliver shorter elevator pitches. 

    Plus These Special Bonuses...
    Personalized Pitch Deck Appraisal ($5000 VALUE)
    Curious to know what an investor like me might think of your completed pitch deck before you present it to them? You’re in luck!

    The first 50 students that enroll in Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch will receive a personalized review of their completed pitch deck presentation.

    This is something that I only offer to those founders and startup CEOs that I personally mentor, and is unavailable anywhere else.
    Kelly’s Pitch Deck Template ($500 Value)
    For many people, opening up a brand new Powerpoint, Keynote, or Google Sheets document feels daunting.  

    “Where do I start? How do I lay my pitch deck out? What’s the formula for each slide?”

    If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that you care about details and want to get the presentation right. That’s why when you enroll in Seal The Deal I’ll also be sharing with you my preferred pitch deck template.

    This is the document that I share with every founder and startup CEO that I mentor to help them lay out their company information in a way that investors like me expect to see it.

    All you need to do is plug in your company information and customize the fonts, colors, and branding.
    12 WEEKS Membership to the Seal The Deal Online Group 
    ($6,000 VALUE)
    In between live weekly calls, you’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions in the Seal The Deal online group. This is a closed group, just for members of the program and also provides an excellent opportunity to connect with other founders and startup CEOs who are in the process of growing and scaling their businesses and will help to build your network of support
    Here’s how the Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch program fits together:
    Owning the “Why” Behind Your Pitch 
    In my experience, pitches without a strong “why” 
    don’t succeed. Either the founders lack passion 
    and enthusiasm, or they fail to communicate the meaning and purpose that drives their company. 
    Owning your “why” will make you and your pitch 
    stand out when you go before potential partners, collaborators, and investors to ask for their support.
    IN MODULE ONE, YOU WILL:
    • Articulate your growth plan and forecast realistic goals for revenue, profit, costs, and customer acquisition that you can confidently defend if needed.  
    • Learn how to talk about your “origin story” in a way that’s believable and gets potential partners, collaborators, and investors to buy into your business, as well as yourself as founder and CEO. 
    • Crystalize in your mind the kind of support you need to activate your growth plan and catalyze your success. 
    Introducing Yourself & 
    The Business You Want to Grow
    Whether you’re pitching for support, collaboration, or financial investment, perception is everything. Those people with the resources to help you will likely be busy and have short attention spans, which means your pitch must capture their attention in sixty seconds or less. Fail to do this and you risk your audience tuning out, and the rest of your pitch falling on deaf ears.
    IN MODULE TWO, YOU WILL:
    • Learn how to walk the line between appearing excessively confident or overly humble when meeting potential partners, collaborators, or investors for the first time.
    • Craft an introduction that investors will sit up and take notice of using my C.A.R.E methodology. 
    • Create an impactful elevator pitch that creates anticipation in the minds of your audience and leaves them ready to hear more. 
    Define Your Opportunity & Your Market 
    When you’re pitching, the onus is on you to present investing in your business as an unmissable opportunity. To do this, you’ll need to convince your audience that you’ve spotted a problem, desire, or void in the market that isn’t currently being filled and be ready to talk about the various segments of your market using supporting statistics and appropriate business terminology.
    IN MODULE THREE, YOU WILL:
    • Discover how to clearly articulate the problem your product or service solves and the right way to talk about the ideal customer avatar who will consume it.
    • Learn how to make projections for how your product will perform, based on the information you have available to you. 
    • Define your TAM, SAM, and SOM and why your knowledge of these three market areas is important to investors.
    Your Solution & Secret Sauce
    It’s a mistake to think that all you need to do to land an investment is get an investor to like your product. Investors don’t just want to hear about your branding, marketing, and your product design; they also want to hear you talk about the big picture -- the “so what?” -- behind your product or service.
    IN MODULE FOUR, YOU WILL:
    • Discover how to talk about the “nuts and bolts” of your product or service in a way that will excite and not bore potential partners, collaborators, and investors.
    • Qualify how your product or service will reach your intended customers and the channels through which you’ll make sales. 
    • Learn how to describe your company’s “secret sauce” and how to convince potential partners, collaborators, and investors what it is that makes you, your company, and your product or service truly unique. 
    Your Go to Market Plan
    Once you’ve established there’s a captive market for your product or service and why it’s superior, it’s time to reveal your go to market plan. This is about showing investors the key actions that drive revenue in your business, how you will scale and multiply their investment over time, and how you will maintain a competitive advantage over your competitors.
    IN MODULE FIVE, YOU WILL:
    • Articulate your revenue model for your business and learn how to talk about your various revenue streams.
    • Create a Traction & Validation Roadmap that you can share with investors to demonstrate that your business is ready and worthy of their investment. 
    • Conduct a SWOT analysis of your business, learn how to summarize your findings and present them to potential partners, collaborators, and investors. 
    Your Financial Projections & Key Metrics
    For most investors, your financial projections will be the thing they want to hear about most. While your business might not be a unicorn, potential partners, collaborators, and investors want to know how you expect your business to perform throughout the lifecycle of their investment, so they can weigh up the level of risk they’re taking when they bet on you to succeed. It doesn’t matter how flawless your pitch has been up until this point; if you fudge the numbers your chances of investment could disappear for good.
    IN MODULE SIX, YOU WILL:
    • Learn how to talk about your cash flow so you can reassure potential partners, collaborators, and investors that there’s enough liquidity in your business to keep it alive long enough for them to realize their expected returns.
    • Get to grips with how to talk about key concepts like runway and burn rate so you can reassure your audience that their investment won’t be used to cover debt, but to facilitate your future growth. 
    • Calculate your cost of customer acquisition and your conversion rates and understand how to talk about them in a way that supports your pitch. 
    Your Ask & Exit Strategy
    It’s essential that whenever you go into a meeting with potential partners, collaborators, and investors that you’re crystal clear about what you’re asking for. By the time you make it into a formal pitch, your “ask” should be clear, concise, and direct.
    IN MODULE SEVEN, YOU WILL:
    • Formulate an “ask” that clearly conveys what you need, why you’re asking for it and what your next steps will be after you receive what you’ve asked for.
    • Learn how to position your business as a viable and potentially profitable investment opportunity and show yourself as a credible business owner with skin in the game. 
    • Articulate your “end game” in a way that gives potential partners, collaborators, and investors confidence that their investment will result in a profit. 
      Pulling It All Together For the Ultimate Pitch
      Your pitch deck is an incredibly versatile document and provides a foundation for talking about your business in a variety of different ways and settings. 
      IN MODULE EIGHT, YOU WILL:
      • Get to grips with my best practices for how to present your pitch deck with confidence to a variety of different audiences.
      • Learn how to pace your presentation and deal with curve balls such as difficult questions or unexpected time constraints. 
      • Discover how your pitch deck can be expanded and turned into a more detailed written business proposal, or summarized to deliver shorter elevator pitches. 
      Plus These Special Bonuses...
      Personalized Pitch Deck Appraisal ($5000 VALUE)
      Curious to know what an investor like me might think of your completed pitch deck before you present it to them? You’re in luck!

      The first 50 students that enroll in Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch will receive a personalized review of their completed pitch deck presentation.

      This is something that I only offer to those founders and startup CEOs that I personally mentor, and is unavailable anywhere else.
      Kelly’s Pitch Deck Template ($500 Value)
      For many people, opening up a brand new Powerpoint, Keynote, or Google Sheets document feels daunting.  
      “Where do I start? How do I lay my pitch deck out? What’s the formula for each slide?”

      If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that you care about details and want to get the presentation right. That’s why when you enroll in Seal The Deal I’ll also be sharing with you my preferred pitch deck template.

      This is the document that I share with every founder and startup CEO that I mentor to help them lay out their company information in a way that investors like me expect to see it.

      All you need to do is plug in your company information and customize the fonts, colors, and branding.
      12 WEEK Membership to the Seal The Deal Online Group 
      ($6,000 VALUE)
      In between live weekly calls, you’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions in the Seal The Deal online group. This is a closed group, just for members of the program and also provides an excellent opportunity to connect with other founders and startup CEOs who are in the process of growing and scaling their businesses and will help to build your network of support
      “Kelly has consistently given me spot-on advice that helped me move my business forward while at the same time thinking “of course, it makes so much sense!” No abstract, high-level fluffy stuff here, she’ll tell you the good, bad, and ugly about the path you’re on and won’t let you hide from accountability. Her tough questions will help you uncover pragmatic solutions to propel your idea forward while satisfying that entrepreneurial need for the “good gut feeling" and makes you feel like all of it was your idea. Kelly isn’t simply a trusted advisor, she’s a critical component to any go-to-market toolkit that relies on business intelligence and real world experience, all while feeling like plain common sense.”

      -KARA REDMAN | CEO, BACKROOM
      “Kelly wants to change the dialogue women use when talking about their business ideas. She gets you to talk like a closer and act like you deserve to be at the table. She validated the foundation business decisions I made for my small business, and then talked through what actions I should take next. She doesn’t brainstorm - she develops a plan for execution.”

      -ERIN GALLOWAY | FOUNDER, PUMP THE BUMP LLC
      How does the program work?
      As soon as you enroll in Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch you’ll get INSTANT ACCESS to module one of the program. Once class officially begins, a new module will be released each week, and I’ll be on hand to support you with any questions or challenges you may have.

      All the course content along with the bonuses are housed in a PRIVATE MEMBERSHIP SITE, just for Seal The Deal students.

      Each module is comprised of a series of short video tutorials. Downloadable audio versions and transcripts are also available, so no matter how and where you prefer to learn, we have you covered.

      There are also downloadable companion worksheets to help you apply your learning to your business as you work through the course.
      I’ll be with you every step of the way.
      Even though I’ve made every effort to demystify the art of pitching and present each element to you in a way that’s easy to understand, I already know that you’re going to have questions.

      As a visionary founder or startup CEO, I’d be worried if you didn’t!

      That’s why each week for eight weeks after the course formally begins, you’ll have access to me during live office hours.

      That means if you have questions about how the content relates to your specific business, you can get them answered, and keep moving forward. All calls will be recorded and uploaded to the membership site so you can refer back to them whenever needed.
      I’ll be with you every step of the way.
      Even though I’ve made every effort to demystify the art of pitching and present each element to you in a way that’s easy to understand, I already know that you’re going to have questions.

      As a visionary founder or startup CEO, I’d be worried if you didn’t!

      That’s why each week for eight weeks after the course formally begins, you’ll have access to me during live office hours.

      That means if you have questions about how the content relates to your specific business, you can get them answered, and keep moving forward. All calls will be recorded and uploaded to the membership site so you can refer back to them whenever needed.
      “Having Kelly as a mentor and advocate has been incredibly valuable to the growth of my company FindSpark. She was one of the first people I went to when I started to fundraise, and I'm so glad I did. Her business acumen, guidance, and questions were extremely helpful as I built my pitch and as I continue to build the plan and strategy for growing my business. She's approachable, hands-on, down-to-earth, and you can tell she's genuinely passionate about helping female CEOs succeed in growing their businesses.”

      - EMILY MIETHNER | FOUNDER AND CEO, FINDSPARK
      Here’s everything you get when you enroll in 
      Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch:
      The Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch core curriculum ($10,000 Value)

      8 weeks of high impact laser coaching with Kelly ($12,000 Value)

      BONUS: Personalized pitch deck appraisal with Kelly* ($5,000 Value)

      BONUS: Kelly’s pitch deck template ($500 Value)

      BONUS: 12 week membership to the Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch online group 
      ($6,000 Value)
      TOTAL VALUE: $33,500
      *Limited to the first 50 students who enroll
      I created Seal the Deal to give you access to the insider knowledge, mentorship, and support you need to create a winning pitch deck, without the need to make any other high-ticket investments.
      After working through my Seal The Deal system you’ll no longer waste time trying to guess what investors want to hear in your pitch.

      You’ll no longer struggle to speak about the present or future value of your business or stumble when you come to talk about your projected growth trajectory.

      And you’ll no longer feel like an imposter who doesn’t speak the language whenever you’re networking in the investing world.

      Your investment in Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch is $1,497 or six payments of $297 ($1,782 total)
       Pay In Full $1497
      (Save $285) 
      Six payments of $297
      “Kelly led the Pipeline Angels investment into Hip Chick Farms and joined our Board of Directors. Over the next two years, she worked with me, as a new CEO, to grow and develop our brand in ways that were risky and yet thoughtful. She brought important opportunities to our table with marketing connections. She offered me great advice on maneuvering the complicated waters of bringing on additional investors. Kelly has been a wonderful asset to growing Hip Chick Farms and I am grateful to count her as an advisor and friend.
      Today, Hip Chick Farms produces 15 products distributed into 5,000 stores nationwide, including Walmart, Kroger and Whole Foods. We now have a staff of 15 and recently opened the World's First Chicken Nugget Tasting Room!”

      - SERAFINA PALANDECH | PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER, HIP CHICK FARMS
      I’m handing you a step-by-step blueprint to help you seal the deal by mastering your core pitch.
      The content I teach in Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch isn’t just random advice with a few strategies thrown in for good measure.

      It’s based on my real-world experience as an active angel investor, venture capitalist and board member of the Baltimore Angels.

      It’s based on the exact framework I use every day to evaluate businesses and decide which ones to invest in and which ones to walk away from.

      And it’s based on the innumerable questions I’ve been asked by aspiring founders and startup CEOs and the advice I gave them about scaling their business and securing the backing they need to enable them to do so.
      I know that if you apply your learning, show up to the live Q&A sessions and embrace the support offered in the Seal The Deal Facebook group, you will master your core pitch.
      That said, if you decide within 30 days of enrolling that you are unsatisfied with Seal The Deal for whatever reason, I’ll personally refund your full investment.

      Simply email me the working draft of your pitch deck to show your commitment to the program, and you’ll receive a full refund.

      Why do I ask that you submit your working draft?
      Because Seal The Deal is designed to stretch your vision about what’s possible, both for you and your business.
      As your mentor, I’m here to hold you accountable to your goals – not to allow you to throw in the towel the moment crafting your pitch starts to feel hard.

      I’m bringing everything I’ve got to this program: my insider knowledge, my time, and my attention. If you bring everything you have and still feel like Seal The Deal isn’t worth it, no worries.

      I have no problem allowing you to walk away from the course as long as you’ve given it your best shot.
      Who is Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch for?
      Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch is for anyone in business who recognizes they need external support to reach their next level of business growth.
      • Whether you’re an established founder and you’re frustrated by the fact you’re hearing “no” every time you pitch investors…
      • The CEO of an up-and-coming startup who’s struggling to make lasting connections with people with the resources to help you… 
      • Or you’re just finding your feet as an entrepreneur and you feel intimidated to ask someone with more experience to invest their time in supporting or mentoring you… 
      What you learn in Seal The Deal will help you reach your next level. 
      Who is Seal The Deal: Master Your Core Pitch NOT for?
      • Dabblers. One of the key traits of successful founders and startup CEOs is tenacity. If you routinely start things but don’t finish them, or throw in the towel the moment things get tough, Seal The Deal probably isn’t for you.
      • Fantasists. As a businessperson, it’s important to be realistic about anything you pursue. If you’re expecting to enroll in Seal The Deal, complete your pitch deck and immediately land a big money investor, chances are things won’t turn out that way. Remember, investors like to be courted and it’s incumbent on you to use everything you learn during the program to help create your own competitive advantage. 
      • Know it alls. Without a doubt, you are the expert when it comes to your company, but in the Seal The Deal classroom, I’ll be your tutor. The students who get the best results are coachable and willing to take on feedback and do so with humility. If you have a strong need to be the expert in every room or school others instead of keeping your eyes on your own paper, then sorry, this probably isn’t the class for you.
      “Back before I barely knew what a Term Sheet was, Kelly sat down with me, talked through the opportunity, and patiently worked with me on how to construct a compelling pitch to investors. She helped me frame the problem and solution through an investor's lens and supported me in the process of refining that narrative over time.

      While Kelly has been one of our biggest cheerleaders from the start, she's also willing to provide constructive criticism, which makes her advice and mentorship all the more useful. She doesn't talk in euphemisms; her feedback is specific, practical, and actionable.

      Today, Allovue has raised 3 rounds of capital for a total of $6.9M in investment, but it wasn't long ago that I was struggling to raise my first $100K. Kelly was there from the very beginning and has been a steadfast advisor and investor ever since.”

      - JESS GARTNER | FOUNDER AND CEO, ALLOVUE
      Just take a moment and think…
      What’s Seal The Deal really worth to you and your business?
      What is it worth to have the confidence to own your value every time you walk into a room filled with people that you know have the ability to help you achieve your next stage of growth?

      What is it worth to your ideal customers to have access to an innovative, superior product or service that will help solve their problems more efficiently?

      What is it worth to the vision you hold for your future and the impact you hope to make on the world?
      Seal The Deal will give you the confidence and knowledge you need to go out there and create the impact you hope to make in your industry with an income to match. 
      No more stuttering your worth or fumbling your way through conversations that could have led to you getting a shot at the golden ring.

      No more watching brand new founders overtake you, all because they know how to play the game.
      What you learn in Seal The Deal will give you the ability to anticipate the future more effectively and help you create practical solutions for the business challenges that you face. 
      When you enroll, you'll be learning directly from an investor who's appraised countless pitches and invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in female founders, JUST LIKE YOU.
      Pay In Full $1497 
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      Got a question about Seal The Deal? 
      You might find your answer here…
       Will it work?
      I wish I could categorically tell you that Seal The Deal will definitely work for you but I just can’t make that claim. Why? Because the truth is, I have no idea what you’ll do with this content once you invest in it.
       
      But having appraised countless pitches and invested hundreds of thousands of dollars of my own money into women-led businesses, I know exactly what my colleagues and I expect to hear when we’re asked for our support.

      If you show up, do the work, and follow my blueprint, I have no doubt that you’ll have a completed pitch deck that’s presentation-ready by the end of the program. 
      Yeah, but will it work? Will I hear “yes” next time I pitch?
      A solid pitch is just one factor in an investor’s decision making process. Sometimes you can do everything right, deliver your pitch flawlessly and still walk away without an investment. Perhaps the investor you’re pitching has a conflict of interest or maybe your business operates in a market that’s outside of their area of expertise.
       
      One thing’s for sure though, investors like to talk, so if you can be remembered for delivering an impressive pitch, it could well lead to promising introductions and referrals.
      I’ll be sharing my business plans with a group, right? What if someone were to steal my business idea and claim it for their own?
      Whenever you have a business idea that you’re excited about, it’s natural to feel protective over it. It’s your baby after all, and you’ve likely spent months -- or even years -- conceptualizing it!
       
      When you enroll in Seal The Deal, you do so on the understanding that any information shared by other participants should be treated in the strictest of confidence.

      That said, it’s also my intention that the members of our community support each other and share resources, connections, and so forth. With that in mind, I ask that any good faith acts that involve divulging information about another participant’s business are okayed by them first.

      Any participant found to be acting in flagrant disregard for the terms of service to which you accept upon enrollment will be asked to leave the program and will not receive a refund.
      I’m not new to business and don’t consider my business a startup. Is Seal The Deal still for me?
      Yes! Seal The Deal is for everyone! No matter what stage of business you’re at and regardless of the industry and niche you operate in, Seal The Deal will give you the framework you need to talk about your business in a way that connects with potential partners, collaborators, and investors.
       work for a nonprofit and need to make presentations so I can secure donations. Is Seal the Deal right for me?
      If you are asking other people to back you, your idea or your cause with their money or time, Seal the Deal can help.  
      While I teach from my perspective as an angel investor and venture capitalist and many of the course modules approach the content from a profit-driven perspective, every lesson can be applied to the nonprofit space.
      If you are eager to get into the mindset of corporations that can give your organization bigger donations, this program will help you articulate your pitch in terms of return on investment so the big donors will have even more reasons to write those big checks.
      And remember…
      Before becoming an angel and VC, I worked as a senior director of a nonprofit, so I have a unique understanding of how crucial donations are to the continued existence of your organization. Donations are what keep the lights on -- they don’t fund luxuries, right?
      Your messaging seems geared towards female founders. I’m a guy; can I enroll?
      Absolutely! While advocating for women has been a resounding theme of my career so far, recognize that there are so many other people with great products and services who are struggling to be heard in the entrepreneurship and investing worlds. Seal The Deal is an inclusive program, open to anyone. 
      If I enroll in Seal The Deal, will I receive investment from Kelly or See Jane Invest?
      Because of the overwhelming interest in See Jane Invest, my portfolio is currently only accepting new pitches for investment consideration by invitation only. If that changes, those enrolled in Seal The Deal will be the first to hear!
      I’m just not sure I’m ready to make this investment…
      When it comes down it, the question of whether your investment in Seal The Deal is really worth it is up to you.

      Of course, you could find thousands of resources online containing conflicting or differing advice and guidance and then spend hours upon hours sifting and sorting through them.

      Yes, you could pay to attend a fancy conference in a hotel ballroom and get access to experts and their advice for a single day.

      Or you could make a one-time investment in Seal The Deal and receive lifetime access to the exact blueprint I use to appraise the companies that I invest in; 8 weeks of group coaching and feedback and 12 weeks membership to my private, students-only online group.

      The bottom line is this:

      When you make the decision to join me, you’re investing in more than just an online program - you’re investing in yourself. Your hopes, your dreams and the future success of your company.
      How do I pay?
      Payments are powered by Stripe and can be made with any major credit card. If you decide to enroll in Seal The Deal on a payment plan, the second payment will trigger 30 days after the original and so on, until you have paid in full.
      I’m enrolled! What happens next?
      As soon as you’ve enrolled you’ll receive an email from me welcoming you to the program, containing all the details you’ll need in order to access module one and join the student-only online group.

      The course officially starts on October 16th so you’ll have plenty of time to get to know your fellow course mates before office hours begin.
      What if I find the program isn’t for me? Can I get a refund? 
      I’m pretty sure that once you step inside Seal The Deal you won’t want to leave.

      That said, if after 30 days of working through the program as described above you are dissatisfied for any reason I’ll gladly refund your full investment.

      Simply email me with your completed worksheets to show your commitment to the program and you’ll receive a full refund.
      How much support is available to me?
      Throughout the first eight weeks, you’ll have access to me via weekly live Q & A livestreams and I’ll be active in the Facebook group on a daily basis, Monday - Friday.

      Once those eight weeks are up, office hours will come to an end, but that doesn’t mean your support disappears completely. 

      You’ll have an additional four weeks access to me via the Seal The Deal online group, for continued support.
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