Unicorn Pitch Deck Examples

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Dropbox logo  Dropbox

Dropbox provides secure file sharing, team collaboration, and cloud storage solutions for businesses and individuals. Dropbox raised $1.2M in 2007 with this deck.

$1.2M • 2007 • Pre-Seed  
Airbnb logo  Airbnb

Airbnb is an online marketplace for people to list, discover, and book accommodations. Airbnb raised $600K in 2008 with this deck.

$600K • 2008 • Seed  
Facebook logo  Facebook

Facebook is a social network that connects you with recent grads, classmates, old friends, and distant relatives. Facebook raised $13.8B in 2004 with this deck.

$13.8B • 2004 • Early Stage  
Sequoia logo  Sequoia

Sequoia is a venture capital firm that focuses on early-stage technology companies. They invest in seed and growth rounds. Sequoia raised $6.8B in 2018 with this deck.

$6.8B • 2018 • Late Stage  
Rippling logo  Rippling

Rippling took an unusual approach when raising their $45 million Series A led by Kleiner Perkins in 2019: in lieu of the traditional pitch deck, Rippling presented an Investor Memo: a simple document which laid out the company’s pitch in prose form. Rippling raised $45M in 2019 with this deck.

$45M • 2019 • Series A  
WeWork logo  WeWork

WeWork is a commercial real estate company that provides beautiful workspaces and serves communities by providing services. WeWork raised $335M in 2014 with this deck.

$335M • 2014 • Late Stage  
Ring logo  Ring

Ring is a home security and IoT company that manufactures home security products that incorporate outdoor surveillance cameras. Ring raised $4M in 2014 with this deck.

$4M • 2014 • Series A  
Tinder logo  Tinder

Tinder anonymously finds people nearby that like each other and connects them if they are both interested. Tinder raised $50M in 2016 with this deck.

$50M • 2016 • Seed  
Uber logo  Uber

Uber allows you to request a ride from your phone at the touch of a button. The app uses GPS to locate both riders and drivers, and matches them in real time. Uber raised $200K in 2008 with this deck.

$200K • 2008 • Early Stage  
Linkedin logo  Linkedin

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet. It helps businesses and professionals connect and exchange ideas, information, and opportunities. Linkedin raised $10M in 2014 with this deck.

$10M • 2014 • Series B  
Tesla logo  Tesla

Tesla Motors specializes in developing a full range of electric vehicles, from performance cars to family sedans. Tesla raised $192M in 2011 with this deck.

$192M • 2011 • Late Stage  
Youtube logo  Youtube

YouTube is a video-sharing platform on which users can upload, view, and share videos globally. Users can access and engage in various content online including movie clips, music videos, and amateur videos. Youtube raised $3.5M in 2005 with this deck.

$3.5M • 2005 • Series A  
Doordash logo  Doordash

DoorDash provides restaurant food delivery services connecting customers with local businesses. Doordash raised $2.4M in 2013 with this deck.

$2.4M • 2013 • Early Stage  
Snapchat logo  Snapchat

Snap helps people stay connected with the world through tailored camera products and supporting services. Snapchat raised $50M in 2013 with this deck.

$50M • 2013 • Pre-Seed  
Buzzfeed logo  Buzzfeed

BuzzFeed is an internet media company delivering news and entertainment to a global audience. Buzzfeed raised $3.5M in 2008 with this deck.

$3.5M • 2008 • Series A  
Twilio logo  Twilio

Twilio provides programmable communication tools for sending and receiving phone calls, text messages, and video calls. Twilio raised $120M in 2010 with this deck.

$120M • 2010 • Series B  
Brex logo  Brex

Brex is an all-in-one business finance solution for growing companies. Brex raised $57M in 2018 with this deck.

$57M • 2018 • Series B  
Shopify logo  Shopify

Shopify is a powerful, reliable, and scalable cloud-based ecommerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses looking to start their online store today. Shopify raised $66M in 2016 with this deck.

$66M • 2016 • Late Stage  
Mixpanel logo  Mixpanel

Mixpanel is an analytics platform that helps companies make fact-based decisions fast and improve their products through data. Mixpanel raised $65M in 2014 with this deck.

$65M • 2014 • Series B  
Gusto logo  Gusto

Gusto, formerly ZenPayRoll, transforms the way businesses operate by providing tools to manage payroll, benefits, and HR in one place. Gusto raised $20M in 2014 with this deck.

$20M • 2014 • Series A  
Coinbase logo  Coinbase

Coinbase is a digital currency exchange that allows traders to buy and sell around 50 cryptocurrencies. Coinbase raised $600K in 2012 with this deck.

$600K • 2012 • Seed  
Peloton logo  Peloton

Peloton combines real-time and on-demand studio classes taught by elite instructors into a network of fitness content that makes it easy to find, follow, and complete high-intensity workouts and earn bragging rights. Peloton raised $400k in 2012 with this deck.

$400k • 2012 • Seed  

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