An angel investor and startup coach shares the critical factor that separates those who fundraise successfully and those who don’t.
Some capture attention and excite interest. Others fade from memory quicker than you can say ‘pre-seed.’ I’m talking about pitch decks. Every day, startups blow their shot at investor meetings and ideas go ignored because founders fail to nail their deck. As an investor backing early-stage startups, I’ve seen the highs and lows of startup pitching. If you’re trying to secure angel, pre-seed, or seed funding, here are the three things you need to remember when creating your deck. 1. Looks matter You can’t separate business from brand and looks do matter for your pitch deck. Investors want to see… This story continues at The Next Web