Pitch Deck Teardown
Let's take a look at the deck that Party Round used to raise $7 million.
The investors I’ve spoken to recently are still open to good ideas, but when they come from founders who are already working toward product-market fit, it boosts their confidence.
Can Austrian startup Helu.io, which completed a €9.8 million round in July and focuses on financial planning and analysis, show the rest of us how a pitch deck should be done?
Front's pitch deck is a tight, 11-slide deck that opens with a mic drop, and, these must be some butter-slathered microphones, because it sure is slippery — the mics keeps dropping as the slides pro
Grab a cup of coffee and strap in, because this pitch deck teardown is pretty different from most of the ones I've done to date.
Mi Terro takes agricultural waste and processes it into proteins that can be used as a plastic replacement, fed as food to animals and much more. Here's the teardown of its pitch deck.
It’s hard to argue with the proverb “measure twice and cut once,” especially when it comes to laying off employees.
Today, we tear down the pitch deck that landed Five Flute a $1.2 million pre-seed round.
Glambook recently raised $2.5 million at a $12 million valuation, and I managed to talk it into letting me share its full pitch deck with you to see how the company wove its story to its investors.
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Today we're tearing down the $9.7 million seed pitch deck used by Arkive, a startup that is trying to answer the question: "What if the Smithsonian was owned and curated by the internet?"
If your company is on the cusp of an opportunity, convertible note financing could be a way forward, but only if you have a realistic valuation — and a plan to reach it.
Beware: The same people who welcomed you aboard when you signed your offer letter are now looking for places to save money so they can keep your company afloat.
Today, it's my pleasure to tear down Forethought's 23-slide deck that helped it raise a $65 million Series C late last year.
Enduring Planet's deck is a little bit inside baseball -- this is a deck for a startup that helps other startups raise money from other VCs -- but it's clear that it really knows what it is doing.
Israeli startup Wilco, which describes itself as “an immersive upskilling platform for software developers," raised $7 million using this slide deck.
WayRay's deck consists of a whopping 75 slides — around 50 more than I would typically recommend — and it's clear that the founders took a different tack than what we're used to seeing these days.
Ergeon, the fence-building startup founded by a licensed contractor and the co-founder of Upwork, shared the pitch deck it used to raise a $40 million Series B.
Lunchbox raised its $50 million Series B with a very tight, 15-slide deck, which the company kindly shared with us. The deck is unabridged, which makes it a particularly amazing deck to learn from.
For this week's Pitch Deck Teardown, we take a look at the $3 million seed round raised by developer tool startup Encore.