Pitch Deck Creation
Pitch decks are important and all startups should have it; here are 5 things to do when creating one.
When talking to investors, visual aids provide cohesion, clarity, and (sometimes) entertainment.
Humans are visual creatures. No, that’s not a statement to convince you to use visual aids whenever you want to get your point across, but a scientific fact: half of the human brain is directly or indirectly devoted to processing visual information.
Now that the science of it is clear, let’s move on to the part where I say that you need to use visual aids whenever you want to get your point across. For startups, “the point” to get across is usually the product or service. The best visual tool for this? The pitch deck.
A lot of founders (and articles) tout the importance of having a pitch deck. Startups do want to sell their product, after all, and a pitch deck aids in presenting details in an organised and visually appealing manner to potential investors, clients, and partners.
So, how do you go about with creating a pitch deck?
1. Set out to catch your audience’s attention
2. Present a clear, concise idea of what you’re really out to do
3. Bust out the numbers
4. Do the math
5. Show off your team
What our service includes:
- Kick-off strategy call with James Spurway, our Chief Strategy Officer and Fundraising Angel.
- Our team writes your pitch deck.
- Unlimited revisions on the deck content.
- Briefing call with our design team.
- 3 rounds of revisions on the deck design.
Other companies and agencies charge up to US$1,999.00 for this service.
This is not our main business. We only make money if you become one of our 5 Fundraising clients every month.
During this COVID period, in order to keep staff and service providers busy, we request a price that covers our costs, which is US$ 499.00