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Example of VC deck for Sales Raise

Does anyone have a solid example of a VC deck for a sales raise that you are willing to share?

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Mark Vermeersch
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I strongly recommend reading Reid Hoffman's LinkedIn Series B Pitch to Greylock (http://reidhoffman.org/linkedin-pitch-to-greylock/). He writes commentary on each slide surrounding his thoughts, what he would do differently, what was right, etc. Definitely worth a read for all!
Wade Floyd
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Wade Floyd Entrepreneur • Advisor
Founder at CoachTube
http://www.pitchenvy.com/ here are a few
Peter Kazanjy
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Peter Kazanjy Entrepreneur
Early Stage SaaS Product and Go To Market Executive
What is a 'sales raise'?
Robert Tolmach
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Robert Tolmach Entrepreneur
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Hi Zac From a post by Reid Hoffman: At Greylock, my partners and I are driven by one guiding mission: always help entrepreneurs. It doesn't matter whether an entrepreneur is in our portfolio, whether we're considering an investment, or whether we're casually meeting for the first time. Entrepreneurs often ask me for help with their pitch decks. Because we value integrity and confidentiality at Greylock, we never share an entrepreneur's pitch deck with others. What I've honorably been able to do, however, is share the deck I used to pitch LinkedIn to Greylock for a Series B investment back in 2004. http://reidhoffman.org/linkedin-pitch-to-greylock/ The prolific David Rose may also have written about this topic. Good luck. Robert Tolmach Co-Founder ClassWish.org rtolmach@ClassWish.org http://ClassWish.org Now all children can have the resources they need
Zac Kline
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Zac Kline Entrepreneur
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The FounderDating community is amazing. Thank you all for your responses.

Hi Peter, loosely defined, a sales raise describes to fundraising based upon some quotient of existing sales.
Thomas Duffy
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Thomas Duffy Advisor
Telehealth365
i really do not like decks i believe in the lean canvass and a great executive summary .
Mike Stemple
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Mike Stemple Advisor
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As a past director @ Founder Institute & creator of a few startups I use (and recommend) this resources for each new deck I create:
http://www.feld.com/archives/2004/06/the-torturous-world-of-powerpoint.html
It was written in 2004 but still is a solid template.
Other tips:
-shrink your deck down to a small file size and email it. Most investors will review in a down moment when Internet might not be convenient (i.e. on a plane)
-Export each slide as a jpg image then combine all of them into a pdf (this makes a VERY small file vs just saving directly to pdf from powerpoint/keynote)
-name file like this company_name-your_name-date.pdf

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