Is the Guy Kawasaki model of creating a pitch deck still the best approach for today's Angel Investors and VC firms?

Coach Kelvin wrote an interesting article on the 10/20/30 approach and Guy's pitch deck template. It's a great analysis of the book's key points and a quick read for anyone interested.


There are also a million different templates for pitch decks out in the world today. Many seem to be based on Guy's principles. Is his approach still the best way to create a compelling message for investors?

  Topic Startup and Venture Capital Subtopic Pitch Decks Tags investing vc
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Peter Yeargin

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