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Separate fact from fiction with a fact sheet template

Tell your company’s story by making our business fact sheet template, then rewrite the future with more of FigJam’s professional templates.

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Fact sheet template

Invite the whole company to fill in this company fact sheet template with any and all relevant information.

Get your facts straight

Use our free fact sheet template to collect key information, major milestones, customer data, and more in a digestible document.

Share your story: Develop a company overview that is both brief and bang on.

Save your time: Create a reusable fact sheet design that can inform any reader, anytime, even as the details change.

Start your engines: Use your company fact sheet as a jumping-off point for marketing plans, PR, and more.

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Face the facts with friends

Fact sheet templates fill quicker when everyone’s present—and that’s a fact. With a shared whiteboard from FigJam, you and countless colleagues can brainstorm in real-time with prompts and votes, drag and drop pre-made icons, and incorporate on-brand content from your other docs.

FAQs

In most fact sheet examples, you’ll see sections like:

- Company name and logo

- Revenue and sales figures

- Mission statement or core values

- Notable awards or achievements

- Management team

- Products and services offered

- Contact details (website, social media, relevant email addresses)

Feel free to tailor your fact sheet to your needs, and include only sections that make sense for your industry.

From top to bottom, your fact sheet should go from most to least important. Take a look at an example of a fact sheet, and you’ll see that most start with the essentials: the company’s name, logo, and key metrics or recent achievements. You should probably start there, too. Continue with other points on the list above, adding the most notable ones first.

Additionally, aim to keep your company fact sheet example to one or two pages, tops. Think of it as an elevator pitch—brief is best.

Start by downloading a blank fact sheet template from FigJam, ready for you to use. Fill in the template with your most notable details, enlisting help from colleagues if you just can’t decide which achievement is most impressive.

Aside from the information itself, you can jam-pack your fact sheet with ready-made shapes and icons, and augment it with branded assets pulled in from Figma. In fact, there’s nothing you can’t do on a FigJam whiteboard—try it today and see for yourself.

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