All the Public Startup Pitch Decks in One Place
A few weeks ago, Joshua Levy and I announced we were starting work on The Open Guide to Startup Fundraising. To say the guide is growing to considerable size would be an understatement. As we continue work, I thought it would be criminal not to share pieces of it along the way for founders who need the guide now not soon.
Part of what’s so cool about our guides is that the community helps build them. Looking for help last week, I tweeted a short list of great pitch decks I had collected. Thanks to the community and a bit more Googling, I’ve assembled the following list of reference pitch decks for founders to view when building their own:
Famous pitch decks
- 📈 LinkedIn (2004, Series B)
- 📈 YouTube (2005, Series A); Sequoia Capital’s Investment Memo
- 📈 Mint (2006, Seed); Not! This one is often mistakenly listed as Mint’s official pitch deck, but in reality is a deck built by students for a mock pitch competition.
- 📈 AppNexus (2007, Seed)
- 📈 BuzzFeed (2008, Series A)
- 📈 AirBnB (2009, Seed)
- 📈 Tinder (Unknown , Seed)
- 📈 Foursquare (2009, Seed)
- 📈 Moz (2011, Series B)
- 📈 Intercom (2011, Seed)
- 📈 Buffer (2011, Seed)
- 📈 Dwolla (2013, Series C)
- 📈 eShares (2014, Series A); Commentary on the round by Henry Ward, CEO of eShares
- 📈 Mixpanel (2014, Series B)
- 📈 Mattermark (2014, Series A)
- 📈 WeWork (2015, Series D); In the time since this deck was published, it has come under significant criticism.
- 📈 Standard Treasury (2015, Series A); Commentary on the round by Zac Townsend, Co-Founder of Standard Treasury
- 📈 Front (2016, Series A); Commentary on the round by Mathilde Collin, CEO of Front
- 📈 Pendo (2016, Series B); Commentary on the round by Todd Olson, CEO of Pendo
- 📈 MetaCert (2017, Seed); Commentary on the round by Paul Walsh, Founder of MetaCert
If a month feels like a lot of time to assemble a list of pitch decks, here’s a preview of The Open Guide to Startup Fundraising.