Perfect pitch, the ability of a singer to create a specific musical note without a supporting vocal, is rare, only 1-5 people out of 10,000 have it. While your chances of creating a perfect presentation that will arouse the coveted interest of venture capital are slim, they are also not entirely in your favor. .
Venture capital broke records Worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2021. The number of startups seeking funding is up 33% year over year. The amount of time investors spent watching individual presentations fell to its lowest level ever: 2 minutes 28 secondsI think it’s 12% less than last year.
When the competition for investor time and attention is so fierce, you need a great pitch. This is the most powerful tool you have to convince investors to make appointments to learn more about you, your product and your company.
The path to the perfect presentation is paved with countless modifications, and a source of constructive, expert feedback can be invaluable. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that Carlotta “Lotti” Chiniscalco, partner at Emergence Capital, will be hosting an interactive session titled. break the deck bee A bale of vanity at an early stage 14th of April.
During this session, Siniscalco will review and review the actual pending presentations made by members of the public. She’ll tell you which ingredients work and which don’t, and explain why in both cases.
Ciniscalco became the first female partner of Emergence Capital to receive this award for exceptional impact on the company, team and portfolio companies of EC. It invests in early-stage enterprise software companies and its portfolio includes Convex, High Alpha, Oyster, Talent Hack and Whistik.
Prior to joining Emergence, Ciniscalco worked for Advent International, a large global private equity fund, as an investor in financial services and fintech companies and as an observer on the board of TransUnion.
His early career, which began as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, included work for the Bizops group at NerdWallet and as an early investor in Ribit Capital, a fintech-focused venture capital firm.
A pitch deck has only one function: to hold meetings. This is the starting point for whatever you want next. take this opportunity to see Presentation from an investor’s point of viewJoin me, Lottie Chiniscalco, in learning the do’s and don’ts of building the perfect presentation.
The initial stage of the TC The sessions provide plenty of time to get involved, ask questions, and leave you with a deep working understanding of the topics and skills required for startup success. Register Now Before $249 Founder Tickets Sold OutI