Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], January 26: Although the Indian startup ecosystem has evolved dynamically in recent years, fewer startups are funded by angel investors and venture capitalists (VCs). The reason for this is a poor pitch desk and business plans to attract investors. Pitchperfects, a consultancy firm based in Jaipur and Delhi, assists founders in excelling in their investor pitches and raising the desired funding through assertive pitch decks, dependable projects, convincing valuations, and actionable business plans.
Pitchperfects, founded in November-2021, started with its first project with a team of five people. In less than three months of its establishment, the company has completed more than 50 projects by raising funds to the tune of $2 million for the new startups with a strong team of 15 people. In a short span, the company clocked revenue in seven figures.
The main aim of the company is to provide fundraising-worthy decks and valuation to the investors through a transparent process, premium-grade decks, and reliable consultation. It offers pitch decks, financial models, valuation, fundraising, business plan, growth and exit strategy, and consultation to startups.
Ritik Saxena, director, Pitchperfects is an MBA in marketing and logistics, certified pitch deck creator, and has helped and mentored more than 400 founders throughout the process. “A right investor is the one who not only provides you money but also adds value to your startup. We help the startups connect to the well-known investors where we commit that we will share a pitch ready startup and hence, ensure there is the lowest possibility for rejections.”
After working in multiple early-stage startups & MNC’s Ritik’s interest in the startup ecosystem and fundraising process grew, and he formed relations with the VC firms, HNIs, and investment bankers. “I built my startup with a strong team that can understand any venture thoroughly and provides them with a killer presentation quickly. Being a qualified pitch deck creator, I have created and evaluated more than 250 decks.” said Ritik.
According to Ritik, only 0.9% of startups get funded by angel investors and 0.05% by VCs. Most investors decide in the first few minutes of the presentation. Poor pitch deck may not even get the early-stage startups a chance of meeting with an investor, forget about funding. A business plan is also essential for external funding.
After its strong presence in Jaipur and Delhi, Pitchperfects is planning to expand its presence by setting up more incubation centres across the country to fund worthy startups. The company is in the process of opening up an office in Dubai in the next 2 years.
Pitchperfects is a complete Investment readiness solution for entrepreneurs and incredible support for the founders in their fundraising journey. The dynamics of business have changed tremendously; what felt impossible then is now normal. Such businesses, driven by technology, need professionals that have upgraded themselves with time. Traditional methods of consulting are just not good enough anymore.