So, you want to craft a great investor pitch deck. You want to come up with something authentic to what you are building, but also informed by past successes. Hell, you probably want to avoid common mistakes and get a feel for what other startup founders are using to raise capital, right?
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Through our weekly Pitch Deck Teardown series, we’ve analyzed dozens of pitch decks that startups have used to successfully raise capital. Written by our in-house expert Haje Jan Kamps, a pitch coach, former founder and venture investor, this series presents a both-sides-of-the-table perspective on what makes a great pitch deck and the mistakes you should avoid.
Here are some of our favorite pitch deck examples from the past few weeks:
SplitBrick’s angel pitch deck
For the early-stage folks reading, we have SplitBrick’s $200,000 angel deck. Given how many startups have tried to democratize real estate investing, SplitBrick is facing a pretty crowded market. Perhaps due to that, Haje was not entirely convinced by its deck.
Aether’s monster Series A deck
Here’s an example of how following guidelines is not a requirement for raising capital. Still, the deck has quite a lot to learn from. Including what a polyfluoroalkyl substance is! For more on Series A raising, head here.
Phospholutions’ Extension round pitch deck
CancerVAX crowdfunding pitch deck
Who doesn’t want less cancer? The crowdfunding event raised $855,138, so there’s lots to learn here.
We have decks from angel rounds through late stages, all right here.
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