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Pitch Deck: Complete Guide to a Pitch Presentation

Pitch Deck: Complete Guide to a Pitch Presentation

A pitch deck is usually a 10-20 slide presentation designed to give a short summary of your company, your business plan and your startup vision. Pitch decks also serve very different purposes, from trying to get a meeting with a new investor, to presenting in front of a stage, and each one of them should follow a different structure.

How to create a pitch deck for investors?

How to create a pitch deck for investors?

Digging deep into what is a pitch deck and how to create a pitch deck for investors. There is a pretty standardized outline that most presentations follow, so we'll look at each slide and dig into what content you should include in each one of them. 

Freemium business model: a most dangerous experiment

Freemium business model: a most dangerous experiment

We are considering the option of opening our product once again, and have started a few experiments and case studies to understand the real potential of a freemium business model, and how it could reshape our business in the months to come. 

Pitch deck design: making your first impression count

Pitch deck design: making your first impression count

Creating a pitch deck that stands out can say a lot about the stage your company is in. All internet companies rely on high conversion rates to grow, which translates to a remarkable UX design. Your pitch deck design is the first glimpse a potential investor will get at the capacity of your team.

Pitch deck outline: what to include in a startup pitch

Pitch deck outline: what to include in a startup pitch

A pitch deck is the standard document used by startups to present their case to investors; it’s a brief deck comprised of about 10 to 20 slides. There’s a standard, widespread pitch deck outline, mostly because it’s what an investor expect to see before meeting a prospect, and even an extended version of that presentation is what ends up being used most meeting.