We're going to put the deck Scalestack used to raise its $1M seed round under the microscope to see what it got right, and where it could have done better.
AI is a chaotic free-for-all right now, especially when it comes to the fundraising cycles. Does Fifth Dimension stand out from the crowd?
Phospholutions' pitch deck embodies the essence of an effective pitch. But it's also riddled with small issues that add up,
For this edition of Pitch Deck Teardown, we're taking a close look at the CancerVAX campaign on the equity crowdfunding platform, StartEngine.
It’s been over a year since Adobe announced that it intended to buy Figma for $20 billion, yet the two companies are still separate entities.
This pitch deck makes for some really interesting reading and storytelling, so let's dive in and see if we can spot what happened and how.
There are some major, fundamental problems with this deck that makes the company pretty much impossible to invest in.
For the 69th installment (nice!) of the Pitch Deck Teardown series, let's take a peek at how Lupiya told its story to close this round.
I like a good airline points flight just as much as the fuzzy feeling you get from knowing you've "beaten the system," but does Point.me solve a "real" problem?
$20 million doesn't lie, so let's see where Transcend, er, transcends and where it remains painfully mortal.
There's a lot to love about this cute, animated pitch deck, except one thing.
Decks for education-based startups are pretty rare. Here's how Tomorrow University landed that $10 million.
About a year ago, I tore down a pitch deck by Mi Terro, founded by Robert Luo. Guess who’s back with another company? Luo has raised $1.5 million for Tanbii from a Hong Kong family office. In ge
BusRight's pitch deck is well-designed and full of careful touches.
Growth rounds usually get a traction-forward pitch, but there are many ways to weave that narrative. Let's see how ANYbotics does it.
For our 60th pitch deck teardown, we're taking a closer look at a $1.5 million pre-seed round and the deck that helped raise it.
Self-evaluating your pitch based on these points is a great way to understand what your deck has, and what it’s missing.
Even with some details omitted, we get a great picture of the company's narrative structure.
Plastic in ocean bad. Plastic not in ocean good. That’s, in a nutshell, the pitch for CleanHub. The company has designed a whole business model and a track-and-trace model around that, so brands
GoodBuy Gear's deck is not without its challenges, but there's a lot to love, including some unusual choices that really worked out for the team.