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All the Public Startup Pitch Decks in One Place

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MORE IDEAS FROM All the Public Startup Pitch Decks in One Place

  • 📈 adpushup (2017, Seed ) 
  • 📈 AirBnB (2009, Seed ) 
  • 📈 AppNexus (2007, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Bliss (2017, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Boomtrain (2014, ? ) 
  • 📈 Buffer (2011, Seed ) 
  • 📈 BuzzFeed (2008, Series A ) 
  • 📈 Castle (2017, Seed ) 
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  • 📈 Contently (2014, Series B ) 
  • 📈 Cubeit (2017, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Crew (2015, Series A ) 
  • 📈 DocSend (2013, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Dwolla (2013, Series C ) 
  • 📈 eShares; Commentary on the round by Henry Ward , CEO of eShares 
  • 📈 Foursquare (2009, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Front; Commentary on the round by Mathilde Collin , CEO of Front 
  • 📈 Gaia Design (2015, ? ) 
  • 📈 Intercom (2011, Seed ) 
  • 📈 Launchrock (2011, Seed ) 

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📈 Coinbase ( 2012, Seed ); C ommentary on the round by Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase. 📈 Uber ( 2008, Seed )

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If a month feels like a lot of time to assemble a list of pitch decks, here’s a preview of The Open Guide to Startup Fundraising.  

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Really focussing on the core business is the most important requirement for startup success. Becoming an expert at fundraising should not be necessary.

Companies rarely fail because they didn't raise money - they fail because they didn't build something people wanted.

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How should your problem look like for a startup?

In a world where there tons of problems found daily, tons of ideas culminating in minds, only few of them sustain, and remaining, fail! So what exactly are some of the things that you should keep in mind about your problem, before you think of starting up! Not all are necessary, but multiple are recommended.

  1. Popularity: Many people should have that problem.
  2. Growth: Your problem should be growing.
  3. Urgency: The urge to solve that should be considerable.
  4. Expensive: People should be willing to pay.
  5. Mandatory: A solution should be mandatory.
  6. Frequent: Your problem should arise frequently!

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Goldilocks Zone

In science, the term “Goldilocks Zone” describes the distance a planet needs to be from the star at the center of its solar system in order to potentially support life with water. Too close, and water will evaporate from the heat. Too far, and it will freeze from the cold.

Earth inhabits a Goldilocks Zone. It’s just right — for us. But in the grand scheme of things, it’s skewed towards an extreme. The vast majority of planets are either far too hot or too cold for liquid water.

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