Keep the machines in mind; they are more pervasive than you might think. The good news is that making your pitch decks machine-readable is not actually hard to do.
We’re definitely in a down market, but for entrepreneurs eager to build and scale, venture capital is always scarce.
If you’d like to know what investors are looking for, how they want to be approached and what they’re most likely to ask, keep reading.
Investors want to see accelerating growth, and that is much harder to read on a cumulative graph.
Founders are ditching the narratives around purpose, problem and solutions.
Traction is proof that what you are doing is working.
Here's a full teardown of Faye's 19-slide pitch deck with which it raised a $10 million Series A round.
Can open-source foundation AI models level the playing field while addressing concerns about privacy and bias?
For this week's teardown, Haje buddied up with the team at Trulytell to improve a slide deck until it became the perfect pitch deck.
I’m going to save you some time: many, if not most, of you are probably not yet ready to pitch an investor.
The Uber deck has been floating around the internet for a while. Let's take a stroll down memory lane and see what Uber got right — and where it made some spectacularly silly mistakes.
You may already have the experience investors are looking for when it comes to reaching product-market fit and solving engineering problems.
Spinach.io is a meeting tool designed for engineers to run stand-up meetings online. Here's the business plan the company shared with investors.
Having a poor "ask and use of funds" slide is a red flag to many investors. It's where you get to prove that you know what you're doing. Don't waste the opportunity.
Here's the pitch deck that enabled Sateliot to raise an $11.4 million round of funding to enable IoT devices to communicate with satellites.
Entrepreneurs should show investors that they truly understand the market opportunity from the bottom up, customer by customer.
If you’re a founder of a new SaaS, fintech, marketplace or consumer subscription product, here’s what you should be showing investors at the early stages of your journey.
For early-stage companies, you need a big market and a strong team. If you don't have both, don't invest.
Vori, a SaaS solution for independent grocers and small grocery chains, shared the pitch deck it used to raise a $10 million Series A.
Investors are spending 24% less time looking at pitch decks in 2022, compared to 2021. On average, you have just under three minutes to convince them to take a meeting with you. In fact, for decks tha