Here’s a collection of some cool pitch decks to learn from:
Lawn Starter enables you to instantly book the best lawn service providers in Austin, Orlando and the DC metro area. Their first pitch deck got them $1M from angel investors. It raised $6M in June 2015. See their first deck – here
GrubHub helps you find and order food online from wherever you are. It tells you the restaurants that deliver to that locale as well as showing you droves of pickup restaurants near you. This is the 2014 pitch deck they prepared for investors – click here
Hello Alfred pairs busy individuals (aka users) with organized, knowledgeable, intuitive people who handle all of life’s necessities: from groceries and dry cleaning, to tailoring and sending packages. Here’s their pitch that won them the TechCrunch SF Disrupt 2014.
BellHops is an on demand moving help platform that connects local students of the area to help you with loading and unloading of your boxes when moving. We couldn’t get hands on their deck but here’s a talk by them on what makes a great business pitch, after they won the LPE ATL challenge.
DogVacay is a pet boarding marketplace connecting pet owners with families willing to take care of their pets while they are away. Here’s a video of their award-winning pitch.
ZocDoc is an on demand app for patients to find in-network neighborhood doctors, and more. Here’s their pitch showcased at TechCrunch40.
Getaround is a mobile application and a peer-to-peer carsharing marketplace that enables car owners to rent out their cars. Watch this pitch that got VCs interested in 2012.
Airbnb is one of the greatest startup success stories of late. It stumbled throughout its first year before exploding. Now, it has raised more than $112 million at a $1.3 billion valuation. The founders shared its first pitch deck, have a look – here
Square is a merchant services aggregator and mobile payment company that aims to simplify commerce through technology. Even though it looks ugly, It has lots of great content buried in it. Check it out here
Tinder is a location-based social discovery app that facilitates interaction between two people interested in each other. Here’s their deck.
This is the pitch deck that Weave used to raise $2 million. Weave is Tinder for networking. It allows you to easily meet professionals in your area. See deck – here
Snapchat is a photo messaging app that allows users to take photos, record videos, add text and drawings, and send them to recipients. You can see this deck (Aug 2014) Snapchat is pitching to brands and agencies, hoping they’ll join the service – here
Zaarly is a marketplace to hire local, hand-picked home services. Watch this startup pitch by CEO Bo Fishback here.
Rentity connects people who are moving out with people looking for a new place to live. See deck – here
This is the pitch deck that Binpress used to raise $1 million in seed funding. Binpress is a marketplace for open-source code. See deck – here