This beautiful pitch deck still couldn't save this startup from shutting down

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Securing funding from venture capitalists in Silicon Valley isn’t easy.

Just ask the founder of Wattage, a hardware startup that recently had to shutter its doors.

Wattage aimed to create highly customisable electronics, and the founder created a beautiful pitch deck to make the sell to investors.

However, despite the gorgeous design and countless iterations — it went through 60 revisions before finalization — investors didn’t bite.

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