Join the OpenVC Pitch Deck Roast

Posted by Stéphane Nasser | August 1, 2022

What does a VC truly think when he opens your pitch deck?

Let's find out together!

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What is a Pitch Deck Roast? 😱

For 1 hour, an experienced investor opens 3 pitch decks and tears them down in real-time while providing insights about what he likes and what he doesn't.

This is an exclusive deep dive into an investor thought process, both entertaining and educational, for founders worldwide.

The twist: all 3 pitch decks are real decks from actual startups currently raising funds. The founders have courageously accepted to play the game. Kudos to them!

The Roast is hosted by Roastmaster General Shaun Gold and a special guest investor. The audience is welcome to co-roast the decks in the live chat.

Attend the next Roast on: January 31st 📅

The next Roast is on January 31st at 6 pm CET / 12 pm ET / 9 am PT.

Three pitch decks will be roasted live for 45 minutes.

The Chief Roasting Officer will be announced shortly.

Invites are available 1-2 weeks before here.

Wanna get roasted? 🍖

Founders, submit your deck to be roasted here.

Slots get filled fast so don't wait to submit!

Records of Roasts 🔥

Roast #5 with Jonah Midanik

Roast #4 with Nilima Achwal

Roast #3 with Nick Telson

Roast #2 with Alex Macdonald

Roast #1 with Max Fleitmann

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