pitch deck carta

Carta pitch deck to raise $150m series-D

This is the Carta pitch deck to raise $150m series-D in 2019. Carta is building a global ownership management platform to help companies, investors, and employees manage their equity. About Carta is a SEC-registered transfer agent for private companies that enables seed-stage to pre-IPO companies to manage equity electronically with the participation of their shareholders, employees, auditors, and legal counsel. It …

pitch deck openfin

Openfin pitch deck to raise $17m series-c

This is the Openfin pitch deck to raise their $17m series-c in 2019. About Openfin OpenFin powers financial desktops with the same plug-n-play capabilities that your iOS and Android devices enjoy. OpenFin enables rapid and secure deployment, native experience and desktop interoperability. The world’s largest banks and trading platforms use OpenFin to deploy desktop applications both in-house, and to their …

pitch deck lola

Lola pitch deck to raise $37m series-c

This is the Lola pitch deck to raise their $37m series-c in 2019. Lola.com makes managing corporate travel easy, fast and agile. About Lola Lola.com makes managing corporate travel easy, fast and agile. They provide your company with the visibility and control you need while giving your travelers the amazing experience they want. Funding rounds Lola pitch deck Slideshare version …

pitch deck kong

Kong pitch deck to raise $43m series-c

This is the Kong pitch deck to raise their $43m series-c in 2019. Kong is an open-source platform to manage and secure APIs and Microservices. About Kong Kong powers API & microservices with the world’s popular open-source API Gateway and industry leading Enterprise solutions including Kong Enterprise. Funded by tier 1 VC firms including Index Ventures, A16Z, NEA, CRV, Stanford …

pitch deck healthjoy

HealthJoy pitch deck to raise $12.5 series-b

This is the Healthjoy pitch deck to raise their $40m series-b in 2019. HealthJoy is an all-in-one healthcare guidance platform that helps employees make better decisions. They started off selling its product to people who were newly insured through the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces, also known as Obamacare. Doug Morse-Schindler and Justin Holland, cofounders of HealthJoy, thought those people would …