Sixty-six million dollars.
Armed with a 25-slide presentation, 28-year-old CEO Mathilde Collin earned her company, Front, $66 million in Series B funding.
She pitched to 11 investors over five days, and walked away with 10 investment offers.
Front is an app that streamlines social media message, emails, Slack messages, and texts in one place for easy collaboration. It’s a forward-thinking, competitively priced service.
It takes more than that, however, to walk away with $66 million in funding for a startup — it also takes a killer pitch deck and strategic approach to convince investors your company deserves backing.