Dropbox Pitch Deck
Dropbox simplifies the way people work together. 500 million registered users around the world use Dropbox to work the way they want, on any device, wherever they go.
You’ve likely used DropBox for saving and sharing files, but 13 years ago MIT students Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi were just hoping for a little funding to get their start-up off the ground. The initial pitch deck landed them their $1.2M seed round in 2007, though it left room for improvement. We recreated it in Beautiful.ai.
Quick tips for creating a successful pitch deck
Some of the best pitch decks present information in a quickly-digestible, easily-understandable way.
Your presentation should support what you’re saying, not distract from it. Keep your design and text simple.
Engage potential investors by telling an exciting story. Talk about how your startup got its start or the connection you have to the problem you’re solving.
You want your entire presentation to look cohesive to give investors a feel for your brand. Keep fonts, colors, and graphic styles consistent across all slides.
Your startup pitch deck should spark interest, leaving investors hungry for more information about your company. Don’t give away too much in your presentation.
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