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In the past few years, investors have bet billions on healthcare startups looking to disrupt the industry.
In 2020 alone, healthcare startups raised $17 billion, according to Silicon Valley Bank.
Winning over investors can be a long process, and it often involves a slide deck that lays out what the startup does, and where the company is heading.
Insider rounded up all the presentations we’ve published that healthcare startups have used to raise cash from investors.
Early on, startups sell investors on often newly-tested ideas
When startup founders pitch investors ahead of a seed or Series A round, they haven’t gotten far off the ground.
Presentations can be helpful at laying out the approach that startup is taking, or plans to take.
For instance, 100plus raised $25 million in seed funding from investors including two billionaires and Dr. Oz for its approach to remote patient monitoring.
You can see more presentations below.
We got a look at the slide deck of Bind, a startup that’s raised $70 million to upend the way we pay for healthcare
We got an exclusive look at the presentation two ex-Aetna execs used to raise $40 million for a new healthcare AI startup
A San Francisco startup helps hospitals recruit nurses through automation. Here’s the pitch deck it used to raise $15 million.
We got a look at the pitch deck of buzzy Silicon Valley health-tech startup Sempre Health. It reveals how a $4 billion industry is ripe for disruption.
By Series B, startups are looking for a chance to grow big
By their Series B rounds, startups are raising higher sums at higher valuations. They’re often still early into their existence and are looking for ways to get big.
For instance, Devoted Health raised $300 million at a $1.8 billion valuation in 2018 before it had signed on any customers.
We got an exclusive look at the presentation BrightInsight used to convince investors to bet $40 million that it can help pharma giants go digital
We got a look at the pitch decks that buzzy $40 million startup HealthJoy used to snag early investors and then execute a huge strategic shift
Alphabet’s VC arm just sank $140 million into a startup that wants to unseat dialysis giants like DaVita. We got the pitch deck that convinced CapitalG to back Strive Health.
Late-stage rounds can give startups the fuel to scale or gear up for a public debut
The presentations used to secure later rounds of funding can be used to show investors how far the startup’s come, and what’s ahead.
Often, the investors start to look different as well, and startups can find themselves pitching asset managers or industry incumbents, like health insurers.
For instance, Tiger Global and health insurer Humana backed at-home healthcare startup Dispatch Health in its Series D, while insurer Centene joined in on Hazel Health’s Series C.
And Cedar used its Series C presentation to lay out the businesses it plans to tackle next.
The funding rounds, such as Moderna’s pitch to investors in
Source:: Business Insider – Tech
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