VC Pitch Deck – The Market
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Impress venture capital investors with a presentation that stands out! Learn how to produce a 6-page pitch deck that says all that VCs need to know about your startup, and makes them want to know more. Unit 4: The Market

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This course is part of the “Create A VC-Ready Pitch Deck” syllabus. You need to complete all previous units to access this one. 

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Unit 4 – The Market

In this unit you will:

  • Understand why VCs back startups that go after large markets
  • Learn how to show the potential of your startup’s market, and make venture capitalists want to know more
  • Improve your pitch deck’s Market page thanks to real-life examples from the best-in-class startups  

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  1. By Jakub95 on May 20, 2019
    Market sizing was one of the hardest parts for me to do for the final project. The unit clearly walks us through the most efficient approach to estimate the size of the market opportunity.
  2. By jsenter on June 24, 2019

    It's very hard to find the right method to present the market, finally an approach to do it! How many "coach" thinks how to do a pitchdeck but it's wrong ... finally real advice with Tytchme :)
  3. By FrancoisFournier on July 16, 2019
  4. By JPrice on April 18, 2019
    Finally some explanation of the inherent contradictions of what different VCs want you to present in your market page. Some hate the 1% rule, others don't mind, but at least now we know why VCs want us to tackle large markets.
  5. By MarionJullien on April 30, 2019
    Figuring out your target market might be the hardest part of building a startup, but thanks to this unit it is much easier!
  6. By kamilagimadullina on May 20, 2019
    Structured theory, good examples