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The Hustle, Herbalife, Shopify, Take-Two, OpenDoor

📩 New Slides - 25 April 2024

Hello BetterPitch readers!

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

Okay, now back to our top finds:

1. The Hustle

The Hustle sold to HubSpot for a rumored $27M.

Sam Parr started The Hustle in his kitchen with $12. After growing to 8-figures in revenue with 3M daily readers, the newsletter was sold to HubSpot for $27M.

This slide deck highlights:

  • The absence of millennial news outlets

  • Subscriber demographics

  • Revenue and reader growth

2. Herbalife

Herbalife is a $5B pyramid scheme.

Or at least Bill Ackman believes so. He lost $760M on his short bet.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Benefits of distributors

  • Opportunity for anyone

  • Average earnings

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3. Shopify

Shopify processed $236B of payments for ~4M merchants in 2023.

Shopify was founded in 2004 after Tobi was dissatisfied with existing e-com products while starting a snowboarding store. The company since IPO'd at $1.27B and was valued as high as $211B.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Shopify snapshot

  • From first sale to IPO

  • Growth projections

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4. Take-Two

Take-Two sold $5.28B of games in 2023.

Take-Two's revenue is driven by games like Grand Theft Auto, NBA 2K, Red Dead Redemption, and Zynga

This slide deck highlights:

  • Rockstar Games

  • 2K Sports

  • Zynga Apps

5. OpenDoor

Opendoor raised $1.9B over 10 funding rounds.

Chamath SPAC'ed OpenDoor at a $4.8B valuation. The market cap is now $1.3B. And, they lost $1.4B in 2022.

  • Liquidity for real estate

  • Three core risks

  • Market size

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