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Startup Pitch

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Tw o V C - A p p r o v e d F o r m a t s f o r
Raising Institutional Seed Capital
with commentary from
the founding partners of

About

These are NextView’s series of tactical resources for entrepreneurs,
built specifically for seed-stage companies as part of NextView’s
platform of startup support. For more, visit ViewFromSeed.com

The leading seed-stage VC firm investing in internet and mobile
startups on the East Coast. We focus exclusively on seed, all in
service of our mission: Help founders give their companies the best
possible start.
NextView was founded in 2010 by Lee Hower (PayPal, LinkedIn, Point
Judith Capital), David Beisel (About.com, Venrock) & Rob Go (eBay,
Spark Capital).

How to Use This Resource
These slides make pitch deck creation easier and more precise.

While each company is different, we included key pieces you should use, along with our
opinions on what makes a great, investor-friendly pitch deck.
You should use these templates directionally -- don’t simply copy/paste the entire resource.

This was built for early-stage startups raising seed capital.

This is not intended for use by startups seeking Series A or later rounds, as you will need to
include different information and/or craft a different narrative to successfully reach these
financial milestones.
Throughout this resource, my
partners and I offer some light
commentary and opinions via these
sticky notes. You’ll find them along
the margins of a given slide.
David Beisel
Co-Founder & Partner
NextView Ventures

 Some copy is packaged in [blue and
brackets] to be extra clear that it’s just
placeholder and should be updated.

Pitch Decks 101
What Every Investor Wants Entrepreneurs to
Know

Mistakes to Avoid
Don’t make the claim that you won’t need future funding after this round.

This is somewhat common for entrepreneurs to say. But if the business is truly great,
you’re better off raising future capital so you can step on the gas.
Additionally, taking venture capital implies you’re trying to maximize growth and returns,
so in most cases, you will actually want to raise additional capital. Claiming otherwise can
hurt your credibility.

Don’t under- or over-prepare. Both are surprisingly common pitfalls.

Many entrepreneurs fail to convey the basics (the who/what/why/how) early in the deck. Be
sure you do so you can have a more productive discussion afterwards. Be careful not to
underprepare.
Conversely, others will over-prepare, stuffing too much information into the deck and
treating the meeting like a one-way transaction. In reality, you want a conversation to
secure that next meeting.

Always present your pitch with some kind of story arc.

The second template will explain more details about why this is important, but suffice to
say that many failed pitches lack a compelling narrative and thus fall flat. Good pitches tell
Always send your deck as a PDF.
an authentic story.

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Goals to Keep in Mind
The goal of your first investor meeting is NOT to secure funding.

Your very first goal is to secure the NEXT meeting. You want to get an investor excited and
intrigued enough to perform some due diligence and convey that excitement to his or her
partners.

Play to your strengths and select the right pitch deck format for your
situation.

In this resource, you’ll find two different formats: (1) a short deck with a long, “kitchen
sink” appendix and (2) The Show, a story-driven format to be presented from start to
finish.
Short Pitch + Long
The of
Show
You should use the deck that best alignsAppendix
with your style and the specifics
your pitch
meeting.
• Critical info up front
• Coherent story format
• Exhaustive appendix
• Highly visual
Characteristics:
• Basic layout/design
• Driven by emotions

Use Cases:

First meetings (typically
much more
conversational)
For those less comfortable
as public speakers


One-way, end-to-end
presenting to VCs
Typically better for
good public speakers

Re f e r t o t h e appendix as needed based on the conversation.Template 1: Pitch + Kitchen Sink FAQs A basic pitch deck outlining c o re d e t a i l s u p f ro n t . .

Example Company Confidential Investor Presentation January 2014 .

Y key metric • (Month or Quarter 2): X key metric. We are focused on the [$X billion target niche] market. etc. e. 2 . Y key metric Pilot Customers/Partners Logos or Other Proof of Early Traction Currently Raising: • • [$X-Y million] seed round.Executive Summary What We Do: • • ExampleCo is a [zero-jargon description of product] used by [broad but addressable market] to [benefits]. prelaunch.]. Team Experience Logos of Past Companies & Top Schools Current Status: We are [company stage. Traction to date includes: • (Month or Quarter 1): X key metric. pre-revenue.g. Previously raised [$X million] from [investors].

] your problem. as emotional arc to s immersed in it adding some such as these. Use plain language – no jargon.Problem [The succinct problem statement you aim to address goes here. [Customer Tries Something] [Here’s Their Terrible Pain] [Existing Solutions Are Broken/Nonexistent] Beisel under & Partner View Ventures 3 .

] 1-2 Product Screens Explanation of Actions Taken Explanation of Actions Taken There’s noth than getting realizing the what the pro time for a sh Explanation of Outcomes 4 .] [List a few key benefits and features here.Solution • [The succinct summary of the solution goes here. This often sounds like your company mission.

or enough confidence in your company and product to partner or buy early on? David B Co-Foun NextView 5 . history of success. convey one or more of the following: 1. Your unfair distribution advantage – What’s the one thing that sets you apart when it comes to distribution? 2. This overlooked in favor o In ONE slide. if applicable – Who are your earliest “true believers” that will help you gain traction and/or generate word-of-mouth? Who’s already in your camp that has a recognizable brand. Your initial marquee partners or customers.Go-To-Market What to Know to Create Yours This slide varies but t same: Show you’re th (or have data or an un in) distribution. Your initial customer/user acquisition strategy – What channels are you thinking about? What data can you share based on past tests? What tech integrations are you building? 3.

Go-To-Market Total Addressable Market: [$XB industry] Distribution Strategy: [Your unique advantage + channels you plan to test Launch [Dates] Traction [Dates] Growth [Dates] [Launch web & iOS app] [X] [X] • • Priority • Tasks: • • [Improve signup flow Finalize user referral process Accepted to App Store Drive initial signups Measure DAU totals] [X] [X] • Target • Results:• [X initial users Convert X% of existing email list Understand DAU & optimize] [X] [X] Main Focus: 5 .

Traction to Date • • • [Key Metric #1] [Key Metric #2] [Key Metric #3] Seed-stage there won yet. but it’ few data p proof you 6 .

Y. C] Launc h Develop Product May Hire X.Looking Forward We are seeking [$X]. Z Goal Initial App Optimization June Goal [X] July Goal [X] Aug Sept Oct 7 . We aim to [major goals] in the next [timeframe]. B. Company Progress Team Building • • Hire A.

This “kitchen great for you conversation up a given sl use. there’s n FAQs .

Current Title Partner tures Past Company Logo • • Title or Relevant Function Impressive Achievement Past Company Logo • • Title or Relevant Function Impressive Achievement Past Company Logo • • Title or Relevant Function Impressive Achievement Past Company Logo • • Title or Relevant Function Impressive Achievement 9 . Current Title Name.Team . Headsho t Headsho t Name. general seasoned h POV? it brief.

10 . We are threatened by the competition in [honest worries you have].Competition [Low Thing] [High Thing] [High Thing] Logo Logo Logo [Low Thing] Logo Logo Don’t kill y slide that w being over to how you relevant tw We are stronger than the competition in [key differentiators].

etc.Use of Proceeds • • • Build team of [X] [Biggest product milestone – e. Rob Go Co-Founder & Partner NextView Ventures 11 . since that’s how VCs think about finances.g.) Cash Burn Total Cash Burn Be thoughtful about projecting burn rate. And definitely don’t try to project anything beyond two years. Utilities. launch beta in X months] Product/market fit and [X customers/users] in [X] months Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 YEAR Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 YEAR Projected Headcount Projected Customers Revenue Salaries + Overhead Other (Professional Fees. It’s just not reasonable. Travel. Rent.

Marketing Deep Dive What to Know to Create Yours In ONE slide.) 3. etc. Your product’s built-in growth drivers (referrals. Your actual marketing funnel and results to date 2. Proposed tactics you plan to deploy over time The Next 3 Slides Show Examples If this isn’t based on actu propose how you’re thin it. The question to a how you’ll address that i Rob Go Co-Founder NextView V 12 . convey how you’ll drive growth through one of the following : 1. network effects. We live in a demand-c world.

Lead.) [Conversion 2 or Retention] Launch or Improve (Starting Soon) (e. MQL.Marketing Deep Dive Example 1 of 3 [Description of Total Target Market] User Acquisition [Channel 1] [Channel 2] [Channel 3] In Progress/S ucceeding (Continue to Optimize) [Conversion Action 1] Conversion and/or Retention (e. etc. etc. Free User. Demo. Critical/Sticky Feature Usage.g. 1-7-30-Day Active Users. Trial.g.) Revenue Monetization LTV Test/Valida te Hypothese s (Starting Later) 12 .

Marketing Deep Dive Example 2 of 3 User Network Effects/Product Virality Context Context Product Feature Context Context Product Feature 12 .

Marketing Deep Dive Example 3 of 3 Path to [X] Customers [X] Customer s Tactic # Customers Tactic Tactic Tactic Tactic Tactic Tactic Tactic Tactic Time 12 .

sel er & Partner Ventures Traction Deep Dive • Data Point • Data Point • Data Point 13 .pproach to 4 graphs that pulse on your e tracking a metrics.

[X] 2. [Save Money: X% more cost-effective on average.] [Save Time: ExampleCo does X for you] . [Z] 14 .] You’d be slides fai product w and jargo much. [Y] 3. es How Customers Use [ExampleCo]: 1.How It Works [ExampleCo makes X easier and cheaper.

Product Screens 1 3 2 4 15 .

Bucket 3 Bucket 2 Bucket 1 Product Roadmap Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone Milestone May June July Milestone Aug Sept Oct 16 .

” Test Customer Logos Logo Headsho t Logo “Quote.” • • • • Proof Proof Proof Proof of of of of concept concept concept concept data data data data point point point point 17 .Customer Validation Headsho t “Quote.

er Financials/Budget Revenue Year2 Item Item Total Revenue Cost of goods sold Item Item Total COGs Gross Profit Gross Margin X% X% Expenses Item Item Total Expenses Q1 Q2 Q3 Year1 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X X% X% $X X% $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X X% $X X% $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X Q4 $X $X $X $X X% X% $X X% $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X $X EBITDA ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) Other Income (Loss) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) ($X) Be sure and you mistake project growth 18 . he ss..

Unit Economics Seed-stage the history t economics. you have an comparable Example: A Venue Booking Service (Showing [X] months trailing.) Averages Meetings/Events Booked Rental Rate Utilization Revenue for Venue Commission % Gross Revenue X [Provide context for a given item as needed] $X X% $X X% $X Cost Channel/Partnerships Acquisition Cost-per-lead -Partner Commission $X Service Agent $X Net Revenue $X Margin % X% Direct $X -$X $X X% 19 .

. rst. t he er . (Source) Lee Hower Co-Founder & Partner 20 .Market Size/Trends e. r [$XB ] total market opportunity Go-toMarke t Related Data Points • • • • • • • • • Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement point/statement [$XB] (Source) (Source) (Source) (Source) (Source) Check the slide notes below for (Source) helpful links on each topic: the idea (Source) of total addressable market (versus the total market). as well as top(Source) just down and bottom-up analyses.

at valuations around [N] times price/sale. by acq. by [market cap] Buyer Buyer Buyer Public Co [$X] [$X] [$X] [market cap] VC VC VC Public Co VC VC VC [market cap] • Startups in the [industry niche] space are acquisition targets for companies such as [Examples]. by acq. 21 .Exit Comparisons Startu p Startu p Startu p Public Co acq.

Partners/Biz Dev Current Partners: Target Partners: Logos of Early Partners Logos of Future Potential Partners 22 .

show o comes from.Monetization Example: B2B SaaS [B2B SaaS Business Model] [Sales Strategy: Free trial and bottom-up selling] [Pricing: $X to $Y per user per month] If there are m flowchart is exchange of B2B. [Operating Margins: Over X%] 23 .

and investors want to see how you’re thinking about them. every startup has challenges. Rob Go Co-Founder & Partner NextView Ventures 24 .Challenges/Risks • • • [Challenge #1 – context] [Challenge #2 – context] [Challenge #3 – context] What keeps you up at night? Though this may seem counterintuitive to state so overtly.

or Data Point icon icon icon icon Trend. or Data Point Trend. Factor. Factor. Factor. Factor. or Data Point Trend. or Data Point 25 .Why Now? Trend.

. c o m p e l l i n g s t o r y.Template 2: The Show A v i s u a l .d r i v e n deck t o c r a ft a n d d e l i v e r a c o m p l e t e . e m o t i o n a l l y.

They’re not part of the pitch.) Look for these call-out boxes to learn more about a particular slide.” (Meta. . • • There’s no exact template for creating The Show. The Show can be great for group pitches. it’s our attempt at stepping back to analyze a slide). Depending on your personal presentation style and abilities. we know. since that’s our “product. Compared to the previous template. As a result.What Is The Show? The Show is an alternative to the more traditional pitch deck style. start-to-finish story.e. Thus. • • • The Show is perfect for entrepreneurs aiming to tell a compelling. and the copy itself will overtly talk about it too. the following slides will help you get a sense of the emotional feel of this style. These exist OUTSIDE the actual story arc (i. Note the following “meta” approach to teaching you The Show. since it’s so specific to your own story. this deck should be presented in its entirety with minimal interruption or tangential discussion. we’ve created an example of this style pitch deck by pitching a fake product: The Show.

The Show Tell Your Seed-Stage Startup’s Story. Confidential Investor Presentation January 2015 . Better.

Confidential Investor Presentation January 2015 . Thus.Remember: We’re about to present this template to you as if The Show is the startup being pitched. the slides that follow will convey both the emotional style of this type of pitch AND some tactical details of what you should include in your own version of The Show. Better. The Show Tell Your Seed-Stage Startup’s Story.

Remember: We’re about to present this template to you as if The Show is the startup being pitched. quite literally. Now. Thus. on with The Show…) The Show Tell Your Seed-Stage Startup’s Story. Confidential Investor Presentation January 2015 . (Still with us on the meta approach? Good. the slides that follow will convey both the emotional style of this type of pitch AND some tactical details of what you should include in your own version of The Show. Better.

The Show is an investor pitch deck template that guides an audience through a compelling story and helps entrepreneurs more successfully raise seed capital. 2 .

Founders fail to convey this surprisingly often. As with any style pitch deck. 2 . you should articulate the basics of WHAT you do up front. which derails your pitch immediately. Don’t forget to include this simple yet critical detail early in your own story.The Show is an investor pitch deck template that guides an audience through a compelling story and helps entrepreneurs more successfully raise seed capital.

What we’ve observed: 3 .

it’s now time to tell the main story: WHY you exist. 3 .What we’ve observed: After conveying the basics of WHAT you do. with you at the center. This is what makes The Show so effective – it tells a compelling story.

This is what makes The Show so effective – it tells a compelling story.What we’ve observed: After conveying the basics of WHAT you do. with you at the center. Note that all compelling stories. which we’ll discuss… 3 . it’s now time to tell the main story: WHY you exist. can break down into THREE parts. from nursery rhymes to Shakespeare to your pitch.

What we’ve observed: Web and mobile entrepreneurship is in vogue and growing fast. 4 . As a result. more entrepreneurs are pitching more VCs.

the status quo is the observation you’ve made about the market that will inevitably lead to Part 2 of your story… 4 . Compelling Story. What is the state of things historically or today? For a pitch. As a result.What we’ve observed: Web and mobile entrepreneurship is in vogue and growing fast. more entrepreneurs are pitching more VCs. Part 1: A status quo.

5 . many startup pitches are broken. They’re ineffective and fail to convince VCs to invest.Problem Unfortunately.

Problem Unfortunately. In your case. NOT your company 5 . Part 2: Conflict. They’re ineffective and fail to convince VCs to invest. many startup pitches are broken. A problem is encountered by the “hero” of your story. that’s your customer. Compelling Story.

In your case. No product. no company. You want to really hammer home this idea of the problem you solve. A problem is encountered by the “hero” of your story. so we’ll dedicate a few more slides to just that… 5 . Compelling Story. NOT your company But the status quo alone isn’t enough. that’s your customer. No problem. no product. They’re ineffective and fail to convince VCs to invest. many startup pitches are broken. Part 2: Conflict. It must lead to a problem.Problem Unfortunately.

many pitches exhibit the same issue… 6 .Why do pitches fail? During the seed-stage.

Problem They lack a compelling story. 7 .

This happens for one of two reasons… 8 .Problem They lack a compelling story.

Some pitches are BARREN 9 .1.

10 . Not enough content.

11 .  Not crystal clear on WHAT they do. Not enough content.

 Not enough content.  Not crystal clear on WHAT they do.  No overt ask for capital. 12 .

No stated plan post-fundraise. Not crystal clear on WHAT they do. 13 . No overt ask for capital.    Not enough content.

No overt ask for capital. Not clear why this is “inevitable. Not crystal clear on WHAT they do.     Not enough content.” 14 . No stated plan post-fundraise.

” All of this only confuses and frustrates investors. No stated plan post-fundraise. 15 . Not clear why this is “inevitable.     Not enough content. Not crystal clear on WHAT they do. No overt ask for capital.

2. Some pitches are CLUTTERED 16 .

 Too much copy. 17 .

 Too much copy.  Too many details (vs. the KEY details) 18 .

 Too many details (vs. 19 . Too much copy. the KEY details)  Not delivered as a compelling story.

 Too much copy. The story gets lost in all the noise. 20 . the KEY details)  Not delivered as a compelling story. These are hard to follow.  Too many details (vs.

 Too many details (vs. Too much copy. These are hard to follow. you should be picking up on the style of The Show by now: short. (As an aside.) 20 . the KEY details)  Not delivered as a compelling story. presented in a single. The story gets lost in all the noise. clear statements. connected story.

Instead. the goal is to convey 3 things: 21 .

the goal is to convey 3 things: 1. 22 .This matters.Instead.

This matters.We’re the people to do it. 2.Instead. the goal is to convey 3 things: 1. 23 .

24 . 3.Instead.It’s already happening.This matters. 2. the goal is to convey 3 things: 1.We’re the people to do it.

Instead.It’s already happening. 2. the goal is to convey 3 things: 1. The problem is truly painful and the opportunity is huge. 3.This matters.We’re the people to do it. 25 .

3.It’s already happening. The problem is truly painful and the opportunity is huge. 2.We’re the people to do it. the goal is to convey 3 things: 1. Your team has the talent and the unfair advantages to win.This matters. 26 .Instead.

Early traction hints at much bigger success in the future. 27 . 3. Your team has the talent and the unfair advantages to win.This matters. 2.It’s already happening. The problem is truly painful and the opportunity is huge.We’re the people to do it.Instead. the goal is to convey 3 things: 1.

28 .Solution Compelling stories convey exactly that.

29 .We’re building The Show to help entrepreneurs easily create the most compelling stories possible.

. You’ve laid out the status quo of what’s happening. We’re building The Show to help entrepreneurs easily create the most compelling stories possible. The resolution to that problem comes next.. by the way” moment. as well as the resulting problem.Compelling Story. It should lead neatly into an “oh. Part 3: Resolution. 29 .

Part 3: Resolution. The solution is Z. as well as the resulting problem. We’re building The Show to help entrepreneurs easily create the most compelling stories possible. that’s exactly what we’re creating. and oh. It should lead neatly into an “oh. which creates problem Y.” Investors want to believe you are the inevitable resolution to this story. by the way.. 29 . by the way” moment. Putting it all together: “We’ve observed X.. The resolution to that problem comes next. You’ve laid out the status quo of what’s happening.Compelling Story.

which creates problem Y. that’s exactly what we’re creating. and oh. Next. Part 3: Resolution. by the way” moment. We’re building The Show to help entrepreneurs easily create the most compelling stories possible. You’ve laid out the status quo of what’s happening. It should lead neatly into an “oh.. by the way. 29 . outline why you’re the best team to provide it. The solution is Z. The resolution to that problem comes next. as well as the resulting problem.Compelling Story.” Investors want to believe you are the inevitable resolution to this story. Putting it all together: “We’ve observed X..

What we realized by testing The Show… 30 .

31 .Why Stories Succeed 1 Stories target the head and the gut. Investors make decisions with both.

Why Stories Succeed
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both.
regular slides won’t cut it. The Show is more adept at targeting both the head (Is this a smart
business? Can it scale and make money?) and the gut (Am I excited about this? Does this feel huge?).

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Why Stories Succeed

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“This is the driving factor behind your pitch. If you’re launching to simply make money, most
investors won’t actually get excited. At NextView, for example, we look for ‘authentic’ founders –
people who identify a problem and understand their why, their mission. When things get tough or
challenges arise, as they always do, these founders will run through walls to keep building their
businesses. The Show effectively conveys this sense of purpose and succeed-at-all-costs mentality.”

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Why Stories Succeed 1 2 3 Stories target the head and the gut. Maximize your short pitch meetings. with both. Storiesof have high impact in little time. Young startups lack a history of proof but have plenty purpose. Investors makethe decisions Stories convey WHY. 33 .

Investors makethe decisions Stories convey WHY.Why Stories Succeed 1 2 3 Stories target the head and the gut. like shared purpose or common interests. short pitch “Stories shedMaximize light on things two sides mightyour have in common. Young startups lack a history of proof but have plenty purpose. with both.” . The Show deliversmeetings. Seed VCs invest in people much more than they invest in business plans and ideas. The Show also doesn’t require a lot of time to reach that end result. This fits within the constraints of a pitch meeting and allows for important follow-up questions after. a story that can quickly get investors excited about the opportunity. Storiesof have high impact in little time. If structured properly.

Early Results • Data Point/Proof • Data Point/Proof • Data Point/Proof 34 .

35 .Early Results • Data Point/Proof • Data Point/Proof • Data Point/Proof Stories were the most effective means for generating a positive response from investors.

g. 35 . or conclusion. making ours better by Y. e.” • Data Point/Proof Stories were the most effective means for generating a positive response from investors. In addition to the short list of data points. quote.Early Results Note that this slide should present just a few key data • Data Point/Proof points and perhaps a powerful statement. • Data Point/Proof provide context verbally.. “For comparison. Famous Company A gets X results.

Our Unfair Advantage for achieving traction and distribution 36 .

36 . it should drive home the “unfair advantage” every investor seeks in entrepreneurs when it comes to actually gaining traction.Our Unfair Advantage for achieving traction and distribution Not only should the story in your pitch present your company as the inevitable resolution. It’s not just about building something worth using – it’s about growth.

Our Unfair Advantage 1 Our Advantage: Context 2 Our Advantage: Context 37 .

Whatever the unfair advantage(s) is/are for your company. These are the factors that help investors see you will not only succeed in general but will succeed early and often. articulate that loudly and proudly. Maybe your team boasts a truly connected.Our Unfair Advantage 1 Our Advantage: Context 2 Our Advantage: Context Maybe you have an exclusive partnership with a big brand.) 37 . (Note that this is mainly about distribution. all-star cast.

Opportunity Years 1-2: $X Billion Market 38 .

Opportunity Growth into Larger $Y Years 1-2: Billion Market $X Billion Market 38 .

18-Month Plan Raise $N Million in Seed 38 .

18-Month Plan Raise $N Million in Seed Grow X Part of Business 39 .

18-Month Plan Raise $N Million in Seed Achieve Z Key Results Grow X Part of Business 40 .

you should be prepared to speak more to each point in your pitch. For this slide. it can feel like a gross oversimplification. you should demonstrate that you understand the key levers you need to pull to gain traction and successfully reach your Series A round or other milestones. 40 .18-Month Plan Raise $N Million in Seed Achieve Z Key Results Grow X Part of Business Remember. Otherwise.

Our Team deep expertise and decades of combined experience in raising/investing seed capital Lee Hower Rob Go David Beisel Jay Acunzo 41 .

com @NextViewVC . The Show Contact: example@example.Our mission is to help entrepreneurs everywhere tell better stories to succeed.com 555-555-5555 ViewFromSeed.

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