If you need to raise money for your startup, your first step will be to create a pitch deck. If you’ve never done it before and you’re a first-time entrepreneur, it can be incredibly daunting. It was for me, at least. Hence, here's a long list of decks that I often look at if I'm lacking in idea or direction. Now, you can too!
Startup Decks is a website where you can view 100s of new and establish startup pitch decks or submit your own, completely free.
Startup Demo Videos is a curated collection of demo videos from the early years of successful startups like Dropbox, LinkedIn, Robinhood, and more. See what it was like to launch these successful companies back when they were first getting started, and watch authentic videos of the founders introducing their product in the early days.
Oversubscribed: A Founder’s Guide to Seed Fundraising is a free, 97-page ebook with everything you need to know about early-stage fundraising. It's the book we wish we'd had when we were first raising money for our startups.
Investors want to understand how your company is going to deliver in a marketplace full of competitors. Show them a dynamic presentation that is inspiring and without the usual long blocks of text and bullet points. Use our templates to create eye-catching and highly persuasive pitch deck with ease.