The Notion Investment Memo Is Replacing Pitch Decks for Startups
- Many entrepreneurs use pitch decks to persuade venture capitalists to back their startups.
- But an increasing share of founders are instead using the app Notion to write investment memos.
- In Notion, users can make their notes richer by adding images, tables, links, and pop-up windows.
When Mike Adams lacked a pitch deck for Grain, his startup for creating highlights of Zoom calls, he didn't use Google Sheets or Microsoft's PowerPoint. He turned to the app Notion.
Within 24 hours, Adams wrote an investment memo using Notion for an investor at Coatue Management, who had reached out to gauge interest in fundraising.
Notion allows users to combine text with images, tables, reminders, and subpages. The app's minimalist design and user-friendly experience have earned it fans and venture investment. …
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