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What will I learn?
Learn the principles of building storytelling into your pitch deck to get investors to lean in, how to augment your pitch to still be relevant and impactful amidst the Covid-19 era, and go through the exact strategies and formulas that have helped startups like FanFood, Muses, Wicked Reports, and others secure customers, raise millions of dollars across investors and pitch competition winnings, and set them up to become game-changers.
Who should attend?
You should attend if you plan to fundraise and/or sell your product/service this year, AND if you already have a baseline understanding of how to build a pitch deck. You might already have a deck -- That's good! We won't cover how to build your deck from scratch, but we will cover how to make your deck better.
Where: Virtual (Zoom Details to Follow)
When: April 13, 6:00-7:15 PM
What is Startup Grind: Startup Grind is a global startup community designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs.
Our monthly fireside chat provides ample opportunities to connect with amazing startups and the people behind them, tap into a strong support network, form meaningful connections, and gain inspiration for the startup journey ahead.
"Known as the Heavyweight Champion of Story, Rajiv 'RajNATION' Nathan is Founder of Startup Hypeman, helping growing companies not suck at telling their story so they stand out to their audience, stand apart from competitors, and break through in their category. He was named an ""Agent of Change"" by Huffington Post, has given a TED Talk, and been featured in Inc, Forbes, and more. He's also a hip...
Mike or Michael Grabham is a curious start up guy that has been delivering revenue, new products and creative solutions in the startup chaos for 20+ years. He is a five time founder and is in relentless pursuit of knowing the customers better than any competitor. He recently invented a new product called Package Guard, to help stop package theft. He is a “make it happen” person driving growth across multiple revenue streams while inspiring and teaching employees on how to have fun and get things done, yes you can do both.
He has raised $3M from angel investors over the past 20 years, sold two companies and failed and has managed marketing, product, engineering and sales staffs throughout his career.
He is constantly learning from others having conducted more than 100 interviews with startup leaders at Startup Grind in Seattle and Bellevue each month. He loves helping smart people change industries, studying consumer behaviors and searching for the perfect glass of wine.
He and his wife started a nonprofit Survive the Streets which they help homeless in Seattle. He received his MBA from Seattle University and has an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, if that matters to anyone.