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Looking at 320 pitch decks, here’s what science tells us works best  

By Editor - Thu Sep 22, 3:54 pm

Investors are spending 24% less time looking at pitch decks in 2022, compared to 2021. On average, you have just under three minutes to convince them to take a meeting with you. In fact, for decks that fail to raise funding, investors give up in just 2 minutes and 13 seconds. That’s not a lot of time to make a first impression, so you’ve got to make it count. It’s pretty rare that I get to talk to someone who is as big of a pitch deck nerd as I am, but when I was finally able to nerd out with the research lead at DocSend , how could I not? We go deep into what the data tells us about what makes a pitch deck successful, and indicators for what works less well. The biggest trend change in how investors are looking at pitch decks is that investors are spending a lot less time on slides overall, but  where that time is spent is shifting. “This year, we know that investors are spending less and less time on pitch decks

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Looking at 320 pitch decks, here’s what science tells us works best

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