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Pitch Deck Teardown:’s $1.9M seed deck

Here's a deep dive into the slide deck that used to raise its $1.8 million seed round, highlighting what it got right and what it didn't.

So you want to craft a killer pitch deck

Hey, friends! So, you want to craft a great pitch deck. You want to come up with something authentic but also informed by past successes. Hell, you probably want to avoid common mistakes and get a fee

Pitch Deck Teardown: Faye’s $10M Series A deck

Here's a full teardown of Faye's 19-slide pitch deck with which it raised a $10 million Series A round.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Ageras’ $36M Private Equity deck

Today, we're looking at Ageras' pitch deck, which it used to raise a $35 million private equity round to further expand its relatively late-stage product portfolio.

Pitch Deck Teardown: The perfect pitch deck

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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Diamond Standard’s $30M Series A deck

Let's examine what Diamond Standard got right, and wrong, in its Series A pitch deck that helped it raise $30 million.

Pitch Deck Teardown:’s $9.8M Series A deck

Can Austrian startup, 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?

Pitch Deck Teardown: Front’s $65M Series D deck

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

Pitch Deck Teardown: Mi Terro’s $1.5M seed deck

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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Five Flute’s $1.2M pre-seed deck

Today, we tear down the pitch deck that landed Five Flute a $1.2 million pre-seed round.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Arkive’s $9.7M seed deck

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?"

Pitch Deck Teardown: Enduring Planet’s $2.1M seed deck

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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: WayRay’s $80M Series C 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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Ergeon’s $40M Series B deck

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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Lunchbox’s $50 million Series B deck

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.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Encore’s $3M seed deck

For this week's Pitch Deck Teardown, we take a look at the $3 million seed round raised by developer tool startup Encore.

Pitch Deck Teardown: BoxedUp’s $2.3M seed round pitch deck

Today, we're taking a close look at the pitch deck that helped BoxedUp founder David Boone raise the company's first round of institutional capital.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Dutch’s $20M Series A deck

This is the pitch deck tele-veterinarian company Dutch used to raise its $20 million Series A.

Pitch Deck Teardown: Momentum’s $5M seed pitch deck

Last year, Momentum closed a lead investor for its seed round without even creating a pitch deck. Once a lead was secured, it created a deck to fill out the round, which it shared with us.

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