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AirBNB, Reddit, Yeti, Carta, Nvidia

📩 New Slides - 18 April 2024

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Here are the top 5 decks we found at BetterPitch this week.

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1. AirBNB

From couch surfing to $132B.

AirBNB started with some buddies hosting guests on an air mattress. They've now processed 1.4B transactions. The founder’s goal was to cover rent while unemployed. From that scrappiness came 6,800+ employees and a peak market cap of $132B.

This slide deck highlights:

  • The problem with hotels

  • Adoption model

  • Cleaning fee economics (kidding)

2. Reddit

Reddit’s foray into ad-sales, circa 2013.

Reddit is the world’s 17th largest website with 1.8B monthly visitors. They’re going public at a $5B market cap.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Site visitor data

  • Advertising on Reddit

  • Some memes

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3. Yeti

From two brothers in a garage to $1.6B in sales.

Yeti was founded by frustrated fisherman who turned a $300 cooler into a $10B business.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Product evolution

  • Media highlights

  • Financials

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4. Carta

Carta raised $1.2B and is valued at $8.5B.

The company enables private companies to keep track of their equity.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Problem/solution

  • Features

  • Growth

5. Nvidia

Nvidia is the world’s 3rd largest company at $2.1T.

Jensen Huang founded Nvidia at 30 with $200.

This slide deck highlights:

  • AI factories

  • Accelerating computing

  • Transforming the digital world

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