All posts by: Stacie Shaw

Entrepreneurs who are pushed early on to develop their pitch are often put into a precarious situation. There aren’t a ton of credible resources online, so where do you go for quality advice? Take, for instance, our friend Bill. Bill...
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Branding is a critical component of any business. It doesn’t just make things look nice–steady growth and customer retention are nearly impossible without it. Cohesive branding that truly reflects your company’s identity will take your business to the next level...
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Pitch Hack of the week – What is Traction for a Startup? Hey everybody! Stacie here with Pitch Deck Fire and I’m so glad you guys have joined us for our Pitch Hack of the Week. If you haven’t been...
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New or expanding business? – check Substantial element of risk? – check (don’t lie, you’re still proving this model out) Need capital investment? – check If this sounds like you, then you might be a strong candidate for venture capital...
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What is the best clicker for my investor presentation? Hey everybody! Stacie here with Pitch Deck Fire and I’m so glad you guys have joined us for our pitch hack of the week. If you haven’t been with us before,...
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If you’re seeking funding, you know by now that you’re going to need a pitch deck. And with so many other companies seeking funding from the same pool of investors, it’s especially important to get your pitch right. To stand...
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Which slide design tool should I use? Hey everybody! Stacie here with Pitch Deck Fire and I’m so glad you guys have joined us for our pitch hack of the week. This week’s Pitch Hack of the week is Which slide...
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Hey everybody! Stacie here from Pitch Deck Fire and I’m so glad you guys have joined us this week for our pitch hack of the week. For those of you who are new we cover tips and tricks on pitching,...
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So you spent the time and money and invested in a killer brand identity and now you you’re eager to show it off! You may decide to make a few flyers or business cards and toss your logo and colors on it...
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There are a lot of articles out there claiming to know the exact number and what slides you need in your investor presentation deck. But in general, they are either too high-level or too specific. It’s impractical to say, “These are...
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