Creating a pitch deck is not an easy task. If you’ve never done it before it can be incredibly daunting, and good examples are hard to come by. While most decks start as private documents and remain confidential, some do end up on the internet, and can be learned from.
Startup Pitch Decks is a collection of real fundraising decks from top startups, like Airbnb, Tinder, LinkedIn, and Snapchat. Another excellent resource is Pitch Decks From Top Startups. Check them out to see how some of the most iconic tech companies presented themselves in the early days, and how their story has changed over time.
Related: Draftsendunveiled a new tool this week that rethinks what's possible with presentations. Greylock's Josh Elman says: "This is a really cool product for sharing decks. I love seeing decks this way."
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