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Startup Library Research Guide: Pitch Decks

Creating a Pitch Deck

 

The chances of getting your business plan funded largely depends on how effectively you communicate your product potential with the investors. The following resources can help you perfect your pitch and tell a convincing story about your startup.

Authored by entrepreneurs Evan Loomis and Evan Baehr, who have raised $45 million for their own ventures, the book offers a comprehensive description for researching and organizing a pitch deck. 

Canaan partners, a venture capital firm, has put together an actionable guide to help entrepreneurs to clearly communicate their business idea.

Forbes article with a description of most important slides for pitching.

A study of more than 200 pitchdecks to figure out the right way to graduate from bootstrapped to seed-funded, or from angels to a Series A.

A step-by-step guide created by MaRS Market Intelligence, based on Guy Kawasaki's The Art of the Start.

is a slide deck created by Guy Kawasaki, the author of thirteen (business) books including "Art of the Start."