Front Series A Pitch Deck
The pitch deck the Front team used in their Series A round in 2016 helped them raise $10 million. After announcing their funding, Mathilde Collin, Co-founder and CEO, published her learnings on the process of putting together a pitch deck for a seed round.
Below you can find the original deck from their Series A round:
How to create a great Series A Pitch Deck?
Series A pitch decks are typically more detailed and comprehensive than seed decks. The main focus of a Series A pitch deck is to demonstrate that the company has a viable product and a strong team in place and that it is on a path to growth and profitability. What stands out in the Front Series A Pitch Deck? Let's take a look.
Start with a strong headline
Make sure your headline clearly communicates the value proposition of your business. It should be attention-grabbing and make investors want to learn more.
Outline the problem
Clearly define the problem your business is solving and the market opportunity. This will help investors understand the potential of your business.
Show the solution
Explain how your product or service solves the problem and what differentiates it from competitors. Include any key features or benefits that will help your business stand out.
Show that your business is gaining traction by highlighting key metrics such as user engagement, revenue, or customer acquisition. This will help investors see that your business has the potential for growth.
Share your team
Introduce the key members of your team and their qualifications. Investors want to see that you have a strong and capable team in place.
Outline your financials
Include financial projections that show how your business will generate revenue and when it will become profitable.
End with a call to action
Close your pitch deck with a clear and compelling call to action, such as inviting investors to schedule a follow-up meeting or visit your website.
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