8 things you should never, ever include in a pitch deck

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You have perfected your pitch and are feeling confident. But before you step into that big meeting, there are a few common stumbling blocks you should be aware of. We asked eight YEC what you should never, ever include on those slides (no matter how tempting). Their best answers are below: 1. Bells and Whistles Including too much information in your pitch deck is counterproductive. Hit the major points in a clear way. Keep your deck clean and simple: no more than 10-20 slides. Too many bells, whistles, graphics and diagrams will look like overcompensation to the investor. – Jason Grill, JGrill Media | Sock…

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