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A great collection. But in essence, it's a just bookmark collection sheet. In practical, it's not easy to match the link with the name. For finding a specific link, I would prefer the design portal like this https://hao.uisdc.com/
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Review of StartUp Fundraising Resources
Fundraising is like a sport, but many first-time founders don't know the rules. This list will help a lot of budding entrepreneurs raise funds the right way. Much needed! Thanks for putting this together!
Does not recommend this product
Review of Pitch Deck Template for 2021
@maximilian_fleitmann There's no tone in the text, so I apologize if this comes off harsher than it should. I was a Venture Capitalist for 9 years, have raised capital for three of my own companies, and am now an active part of an angel investment group. With that background, I have a number of comments on this offering. First. No professional Venture Capitalist, Private Equity firm, or angel investor will turn down an idea based on a crappy slide deck. "failing to nail a great pitch" is being conflated here with a deck and that is just not true. Amateurs in the investment field who say great idea but I'll pass because a slide deck is bad is on them and not you. At All. Not on you, Second. You need only 4 things: Problem, solution, how big is the market, and who is going to pay for what you are suggesting. Period. If you target an investor who is in your space and you have identified those 4 things, you can make a text-only slide deck of 5 pages or an executive summary sheet that answers those 4 things and roll out. That's what the investment community cares about. What's the problem/solution set against a market size and who will pay for it. Nail that. Third. Target the right people. Ag Capital invests in agriculture technology in Canada. If you send them the finest slide deck known to mankind about your new AI education business opportunity, it will get turned down after slide one because it is outside the mandate of the fund. Fourth, there are a lot of decks out there, and a lot of VCs (@bfeld comes to mind) that have created all the content in the world you could use to help refine your pitch/process. And that is additional to hundreds of slides out there that are free as having put out there to give back to the community. The idea to get inspiration for your own pitch is a good one. The idea to equate a good deck with a good pitch and an edge to get funded is, at best, a very questionable claim. I would pass on this.
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