Pitch deck collection

Pitch deck collection from VC funded startups

Alexander Jarvis

Alexander Jarvis

Startup sucks and fundraising is a nightmare. I make awesome (allegedly) tools and write no BS content to help founders be more awesome and not get taken advantage of. If I can help, reach out.
Alexander Jarvis

Here are 89 pitch decks of startups that have raised from Angel to series-d.

Every actual fundraising deck on the interwebs is here. I have not included the 500startups demo day decks, the fake ones (e.g. Square) and any deck which is basically total crap.

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  1. It’s a good resource for founders but not all of the companies mentioned received “venture funding”. Some have obtained seed capital, others angel investments. There is a significant difference in raising money at those levels and it is important to make that distinction.

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      Hey Joy – everyone assumes anyone receiving funding is defined as ‘venture funding.’ At angel the stats are around 1 in 40 (According to David Rose).
      It’s taken me years to get these all. The only other ones are basically demo day pitches from 500 startups demo day or business plans written by students.
      I’ve reached out to about 70 founders to get their decks but either:
      1/ Didn’t have a deck (e.g. Secret)
      2/ Won’t share for various reasons
      So this is all we get… If you can get me another 40 decks, I would be delighted to make distinctions! 😉

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      Hey there- I am aware. My account was suspended as Magic Leap seems to be removing information about itself and the claims they made from the internet. I posted some presentation I found in the public domain years ago and they had their lawyers serve me with a removal notice this week. I’m now trying to get linkedin to have my account reactivated…ex that one!

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  3. Hey Jarvis firstly thanks for this I’m working on a pitch deck currently and didn’t have a clue where to start invaluable resource. Would be great to get some tips on what NOT to add if you have any.

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      Hi Charmaine-
      You’re welcome.
      Remember this is marketing material.
      You don’t have one shot to say everything you feel you need to. You just need to write enough to elicit interest. You can say everything you want so long as you get the attention of investors first.
      So you don’t need to include anything that isn’t compelling.
      I recommend getting a sheet of paper and writing the key points you want to make and telling a simple story (narrative). I’m talking bullet points.
      Then put those bullet points on each slide. Then add in some supporting text and pretty pictures.
      That way you can at least get your story across. Don’t just write problem, solution market size etc…
      Remember some poor bastard has to read 10 of these a day. So make it easy..

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