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WeWork Pitch Deck Series D

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 is the pitch deck WeWork shared with investors to raise its Series D funding round, which valued the company at $5 billion. It’s 38 slides long and has a good level of detail, graphics and analysis in it to make it a good read.

To date they have raised $4.45B in 11 Rounds from 14 Investors.

About Wework

WeWork is a platform for creators. We provide the space, community and services you need to create your life’s work. Founded in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York, we are now home to more than 40,000 members in 23 cities across the globe.

We are helping to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living. There has been a macro shift towards a new way of work—one focused on a movement towards meaning. WeWork is accelerating this movement.

Fundraises to date

Date Amount / Round Valuation Lead Investor Investors
Jul, 2017 $760M / Series G 0
Feb, 2017 $1B / Secondary Market 1
Feb, 2017 $2B / Private Equity 1
Oct, 2016 $260M / Series F 1
Mar, 2016 $430M / Series F 2
Jun, 2015 $433.93M / Series E 4
Dec, 2014 $355M / Series D 6
Oct, 2013 $150M / Series C 1
May, 2013 $40M / Series B 0
Jul, 2012 $17M / Series A 0
Jan, 2012 $6.85M / Seed 1
Oct, 2011 $1M / Seed 0

Wework Pitch Deck

Wework financial forecast

Also here is the financial forecast from October, 2014 that WeWork showed investors. It’s a dodgy scam 😉

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