During startup pitch events, you often have as little as two minutes to present your early-stage startup to potential investors. Needless to say, this is very little time to make an impact, and it requires you to cut down on anything that doesn’t cut straight to the point.
Below you’ll find 9 of the most important slides you need to put in your presentation, each slide covering one of the required components of a startup pitch deck. Of course, you can expand on each of the components by adding more slides (if your time restraint allows it). However, it’s not a good idea to cut out any one of these 9 components because investors expect to receive this information.
1. What’s The Business About?
Startup name + one sentence (as short as possible) to…