A pitch deck is a first impression, and investors have approached pitch decks like Tinder profiles since long before millennials were spending Friday nights swiping their way to healthy, loving relationships. That is to say, they flip through them at high speed and are hard to catfish.
You have a few seconds to blow an investor away with your pitch deck. Intimidated? Don’t be. The tips in this blog post are guaranteed to get you a call back and 15% more than you were asking for in your first round. (And if you believe that, you should see my new Airbnb listing at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue).