How to Create a Pitch Deck for Investors: Fundraising for Startups

Entrepreneurship is booming. It’s no coincidence that searches related to how to create a pitch deck for investors have soared in the past few years, and continue to grow.

The main problem we see is many founders don’t really have a reference or starting point when creating their pitch decks. The format in which you apply for startup funding has become very standardized and there’s really no need to reinvent the wheel.

In this video, we’ll dig deep into the standard pitch deck outline most companies are using these days, and we’ll give you some guidance as to what information and in what format should be included on your document.

We’ll mostly refer to the Airbnb and the Uber Pitch Decks, which are available for download here (

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26 Comments on “How to Create a Pitch Deck for Investors: Fundraising for Startups”

  1. Is it ok to have a single person as self on the team slide, if only I am managing the business with a few or no employees but still getting traction?

  2. Cool video, the concise information about the topic at hand —
    yet one must remember that UBER and Air BnB are vicious tech-monopolies – which are responsible for ruining many thousands of lives as well as causing visibly big problems in whichever region of the world they dominate. The evidence is at large… Question being, does their current pitch deck mention that? Or even in hindsight? No! lets count the cash and F the driver or house-owner.

  3. You guys had me… right until the fake-it-till-you-make-it part.

    I sincerely believe that the moment you stop being 100% authentic and transparent, you start putting your company at a greater risk than necessary.

    Not faking it, IS HARDER (I've been there) but in the end, it is the only way to go if your goal is to create a lasting impact in the world.

    The rest of the video is fantastic, great job!

  4. This was incredibly straightforward and I loved the use of real-world examples. Very useful! Thank you for creating this content.

  5. Maybe I missed it, but where's the storytelling link? and how about the link to business model information?

  6. After seeing the whole presentation about his company, I've decided to go for the "shame on you" way. Hahaha!

  7. I don't have a business yet. I want to have investment so I can create a company. Would this be a good approach?

  8. Not bad guys. I don't know how your business doing, but I did organically get to your product through Google and, with ease, try out your free version, and now, it seems I have no choice but to sign up for the ridiculous annual subscription for almost $100. This is probably only for aspiring entrepreneurs who are trying to raise money. I imagine not too many people are going to spend a hundred bucks right off the bat.

  9. Ill try slidebean but i hope it wont ask me to pay money for High detailed version

  10. Thank you for the video. I was told to contact a VC to get advice on my business plan. I emailed him and he asked for my deck! Let’s just say I had to google what that meant, which brought me to your video. I’m not necessarily pitching him for funding but none the less should I still follow this template or would a simple one page PDF email suffice? Thanks!

  11. Man you were great! Thank you for this information ?? I'm going to use it to pitch for funding to launch Rimpage Basketball Club.

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