What Makes A Compelling Pitch Deck
Tony Conrad
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I both disagree and agree. I understand the ethos of having of a short and to the point pitch deck for a first meeting. However, I want an (equally) compelling long-form deck available to me and for the presenter to be able to a good page turn for the longer deck, as well.

My preferred pitch is:

  1. Telephone call + short deck
  2. In-person meeting (50m page turn/10m buffer time)

Sometimes I like a coffee in between those two, if I’m on the fence after the first phone call.

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