Posts filed under: What is a Pitch Deck

If you’re in the startup community, you might have heard about accelerators or incubators. And, if you are looking for funding or support to launch your company and wondering: What is an accelerator? What happens in an accelerator? How do...
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Pitch Hack of the week – What is Traction? 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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Spoiler Alert: You are going to need more than one Pitch Deck In the startup community you often hear people talk about “your pitch deck”, “send me your pitch deck”, or “you need a pitch deck”; acting as if it’s...
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I am sure this is a question that many-a-startup founder has wondered. Possibly late at night a few days before a big investor meeting with no time to perfect the pitch deck in time. Possibly the moment he/she is about...
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Starting and growing a business is an exercise in both busy-ness and patience. There is a lot of “hurry up and wait” that happens in every early stage company. There are just so many things going on that it is...
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Whether you’re a first time founder, a hopeful entrepreneur or a serial startup guru, you’ve likely pondered “What is the difference between a pitch deck and a business plan?” Which one came first? Why would you use a pitch deck...
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Fund Pitching Pitch Deck Fire presents “PitchPossible” a series to prove that you can pitch anything. In this installment of the series, we have invented hiking boots. Until today, hiking boots have never existed. We are pitching for funding, strategic...
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A Pitch Deck is a piece of marketing collateral used in early stages of a business to gain investor buy-in and eventual funding. It can be either digital or physical and is used to present the company and its products....
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One of the cardinal sins of pitching is having a great pitch deck, but not having your story down. What your company does is not a simple question. Consider the different ways you might answer this question to your significant...
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