Demo days are often the first chance a startup gets at getting in front of investors. For most startup accelerators, this is your graduation event, and a lot of work goes into preparing those slides and those pitches.
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In this video, we’re going to dig into what investors are looking for, how to stand out from the crowd, and our lessons learned when preparing a demo day pitch deck.
Now, a Demo Day pitch deck is not too different from… let’s call it a regular pitch deck. It’s a 10 or 15 slide introduction to your company, that should paint a good picture of what you do and why you are going to get rich doing it.
The core difference is regular pitch decks get sent over email. This time you are pitching on stage, and it’s your responsibility to carry the audience through the deck, to sell your company vision.
This is, in order, the slides a Demo Day should have:
– Product Demo
– Business Model
– Market Size
– Underlying Magic
– Go to Market
– Fundraising Information
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