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Putting together slides for your pitch? Studies show that you really need only 10.

Guy Kawasaki offers, in the infographic below, tips for what each slide should include.

You know your pitch should start with a title, but Kawasaki suggests going beyond just the name of your pitch: Include your company name, your name and title, address, email, and cell number, he says.

The next slide needs to present the problem (or opportunity). "Describe the pain that you're alleviating or pleasure you're providing," suggests Kawasaki.

Next, "explain the value of the pain you alleviate or the value of the pleasure you provide."

What else should the following slides present? Check out the infographic to find out:

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Veronica Jarski is the Opinions editor and a senior writer at MarketingProfs. She can be reached at veronicaj@marketingprofs.com.

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