We have a project we've been working on as a side project (Web based education and training application) for a few months as more of a hobby than anything. Recently we were approached by someone who had heard about it and is willing to fund the project to turn it into a startup.
They would like a short company pitch as part of the initial funding. I was wondering the sorts of things I should be adding to this pitch. Here is the list I have at the moment.
I know that the pitch needs to keep the technical information to a minimum and not be to "wall-of-text"ish, but is there anything else I should be keeping in mind too? (Sorry if this sounds like two questions)
Looks like you have most of it covered, I'd suggest covering the following topics.
I'd skip the NDA. Unless you have something that you are going to patent or a trade secret, NDA's generally don't make a difference. It'll ultimately come down to execution. In addition, most seasoned investors likely won't sign one.