Raising startup funding in Latin America is hard, but it is getting easier. In the first half of 2019, VC investment in Latin American startups totaled US$2.6 billion, according to LAVCA. That compares to just under US$2 billion raised in all of 2018.
Capital is flowing into Latin America, and as a result, startups are increasingly garnering attention from both local and foreign venture capitalists (VCs). But what goes into creating a powerful pitch to secure investment?
A creative pitch deck presentation is often an essential element of the fundraising process. Therefore, we gathered some of the pitch decks that Latin American startups have created and used over the years on the road to successfully securing capital for their ventures.
If you are preparing a pitch deck to present to investors—or if you’re simply curious to learn more about some of the most successful companies in the region—then these pitch decks can provide a lot of valuable insights and ideas.
Here’s a look at the pitch decks of some Latin American startups that have raised at least US$1 million in venture capital over the years.
- Simplifying the way Brazilians ship their stuff.
- Funding raised to date: US$11.3 million
- Revolutionizing the furniture-buying experience in Mexico.
- Funding raised to date: US$12.9 million
- Providing financial services in Brazil.
- Funding raised to date: US$1.1 billion
- An online and mobile platform for the real estate market in Latin America.
- Funding raised to date: US$9.7 million
- Creators of various cross-media, multi-platform experiences, including 3D animations, video games, and more.
- Funding raised to date: US$1.3 million
- Online and mobile food-ordering company that connects restaurants across 12 countries in Latin America.
- Funding raised: US$7.5 million (acquired)
- E-commerce company that offers a wide variety of products online in many categories.
- Funding raised: US$230.5 million (acquired)
- Gympass is a fitness discovery platform connecting the world’s network of fitness facilities to companies and its employees.
- Funding raised to date: US$300 million
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