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TCVN - What's a Pitch Deck and Why You are Probably Doing it Wrong

Join the Tech Coast Venture Network for an upcoming workshop.

FINANCE #4 - WHAT'S A PITCH DECK FOR AND WHY YOU ARE PROBABLY DOING IT WRONG presented by Travis LindsayTCVN - What's a Pitch Deck and Why You are Probably Doing it Wrong Travis Lindsay

Join them Thursday, October 10 from 6:00PM to 9:00PM at EvoNexus Irvine, 5151 California Avenue, #150, Irvine.

Too many entrepreneurs looking for funding see the pitch deck as this all-encompassing document that needs to explain everything about their business. Wrong! While a pitch deck is vitally important entrepreneurs need to develop a realistic understanding of how investors view it, which is as one of a series of steps that an entrepreneur must take in order to raise money. In this talk you will get a fuller understanding of what you should accomplish through your pitch deck and what investors are looking for in startups.


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