Tech Deck

What Is a Tech Deck and How Big Should it Be?

by Vinay Kumar

What is a tech deck and how big should it be? This is the question that every entrepreneur must ask themselves when they are pitching their business to investors. A tech deck is a pitch document that you can use to convince potential investors to invest in your company. It should include information about the product, team, financials, market opportunity, risks and anything else an investor would want to know before making an investment decision. Your tech deck should have at least 30 slides so that you can cover all of this important information!

How long should my tech deck be?

A tech deck is supposed to give an investor everything they need to know about your company. The information in the pitch document needs to be concise, so it’s best if you keep your slides around two minutes each. This means that a typical 30-slide tech deck will last for 60 minutes when presented as a presentation (with no breaks).

What are some good timesavers I can use on my slides?

In general, graphics and icons tend to work well because they’re easy and quick ways of conveying information visually without having to read much text at all! You might also want consider using templates or themes designed specifically for presentations like Keynote from Apple or PowerPoint from Microsoft.

See, there’s a lot more to tech decks than the length of your slides. I hope this blog post has given you some valuable insights on how to create one!

A tech deck is a presentation slide made of card stock. In the past, tech decks were often used as an alternative to transparencies or overhead projectors. These days, they tend to be used more for presentations over video conference calls because it’s cheaper and easier than printing out slides in advance. Tech decks are generally divided into two sections: One section with text on both sides (the front) which can be read by someone standing at the projection screen holding up the tech deck so that one side faces the projector lens; and another backside without any text — this part is called “no peeking.” The front page of your document should contain all necessary information about what you’re going to talk about during your speech – including point of view, main ideas, and supporting information.

One side of the tech deck should have text on both sides (the front) which can be read by someone standing at the projection screen holding up the tech deck so that one side faces the projector lens; and another backside without any text – this part is called “no peeking.” The front page of your document should contain all necessary information about what you’re going to talk about during your speech including point of view, main ideas, and supporting information.

Tech decks are generally divided into two sections: One section with text on both sides (the front) which can be read by someone standing at the projection screen holding up the tech deck so that one side faces the projector lens and another backside without any text – this part is called “no peeking.”

The front page of your document should contain all necessary information about what you’re going to talk about during your speech including point of view, main ideas, and supporting information.

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