Twilio Pitch Deck

Twilio is a modern communication API used by developers for establishing communications via SMS, phone, and video call. The $14B customer engagement platform is used by more than ten million developers.
Twilio was founded in 2008 by Former Amazon manager Jeff Lawson. Today, the San Francisco-based firm's communications platform is used by more than 150,000 businesses worldwide, including major technology giants like Airbnb, Uber, and Stripe.
Here's an inside look at Twilio's 2010 pitch deck, used to raise a $120M Series B from Bessemer and Union Square.

2010 • Series B  

About the Twilio Pitch Deck

  • Raised: $120M
  • Year: 2010
  • Stage: Series B
  • Investors: VC — Bessemer, USV, and 500 Startups

About Twilio

Twilio provides programmable communication tools for sending and receiving phone calls, text messages, and video calls.

  • Industry: Software
  • Tags: Telephone, VoIP, Communication, Messaging, SMS, Video
  • Business Model: SaaS
  • Customer Model: B2B
  • Website:
  • Legal Name: Twilio

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