A load of gatherings, heap of messages, and bunch of pitch decks, heaps of composing and re-composing of yo...
A load of gatherings, heap of messages, and bunch of pitch decks, heaps of composing and re-composing of your organization’s story and bunches of 'thanks yet not this time'. This is the thing that rising seed funding for a startup looks like for generally organizers. We are no special case. Having experienced this in 2015 amid our trip, we are glad to report our seed round funding with some extraordinary investors.
The Early Stage Investment World is Like the Wild West
I pondered our experience and the fundamental lesson that emerged for me when raising a seed round of funding for a startup is there are no tenets. There is no "standard" approach to raise a seed round, only the way your organization can get it going. I urge different authors to take quality from this.
The one "standard" segment however of any organization attempting to raise venture funding is a pitch deck. You need to have a pitch deck. The main inquiry from most investors is, 'would i be able to see your pitch deck?'
The Pitch Deck We Used to Raise Our Seed Round
Enlivened by Buffer sharing their pitch deck we needed to share our own to ideally help any other person out there raising cash for their organization. Another asset that helped us to outline our deck was Dave McClure's post 'On the best way to pitch a VC (or angel)'. McClure gives an incredible framework for a few focuses to hit in your deck yet recall a deck is particularly a bit of workmanship. Everybody will have a sentiment on your deck. While getting criticism and counsel on our deck one investor would state, 'this is your most imperative slide' and another investor discussing a similar slide would state, 'you needn't bother with this slide.'
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