VC Pitch Deck – The Problem and Solution
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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 3: The Problem & Solution

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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 3 – The Problem and Solution

In this unit you will:

  • Learn how to express a problem that make venture capitalists want to know more
  • Understand what kind of solutions VCs are prepared to fund  
  • Improve your pitch deck’s Problem & Solution page thanks to real-life examples from the best-in-class startups  

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  1. By JPrice on April 18, 2019
    The Problem is really the bit that got us working the most, as we wanted to make sure we identified a real market need. Thanks to this unit, we have good tools to present both it, and its solution, to our potential investors.
  2. By MarionJullien on April 30, 2019
    Starting from the basics, this unit is a bit long but allows you to define clearly what problem you are trying to solve, a point that VCs are particularly attentive to.
  3. By kamilagimadullina on May 20, 2019
    As always - structured theory, nice different examples, excellent external sources
  4. By Jakub95 on May 20, 2019
    Before this unit, I didn't realize how important it is to be able to clearly state the problem and solution in front of investors. The unit helps to structure this process.
  5. By FrancoisFournier on July 16, 2019
  6. By jsenter on June 24, 2019

    as on the other parts, it is playful and especially open to international examples ... can be "too" American but at the same time, they are ahead of the start up ...