Slice Pitch Deck

Slice was founded in 2018 by Rajan Bajaj, a former Flipkart executive, Deepak Malhotra, a former Google engineer, and Vivek Kumar, a former Amazon product manager. Later that year, the company secured $6M in Series A funding led by FinUp with this pitch deck.
Slice has grown rapidly since its launch to millions of users and 5,000+ merchants, including Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, Swiggy, Zomato, and Netflix. The startup was valued at ~$1.5B in its last funding round, and has been backed by Tiger Global, Insight Partners, and Blume Ventures.

2018 • Series A  

About the Slice Pitch Deck

  • Raised: $6M
  • Year: 2018
  • Stage: Series A
  • Investors: VC: FinUp

About Slice

Splice is a credit card and neo-banking fintech app targeted at millennials and Gen Z in India.

  • Industry: Fintech
  • Tags: Neobanking, Fintech, Credit Cards, Banking
  • Business Model: Other
  • Customer Model: B2C
  • Website:
  • Legal Name: Slice

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