Scroobious empowers founders to create pitches that speak to investors and prepare for their next funding round or accelerator application.
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“As a Black man pitching a deep-tech hardware solution I experienced so many no's that I was considering giving up. Going through PiP and getting your direct feedback on how I was communicating to investors changed my entire pitch and gave me confidence.”
Marc Ward, Socian Technologies
"Within 4-6 weeks of completing PiP, I closed my Angel round and I've never felt more confident in my narrative and pitch."
Jess Lynch, Wishroute
"I liked the honest feedback and how in-depth we went into understanding segments, competitive markets, and areas of focus. Every underrepresented founder should use this!"
Topaz Smith, EN-NOBLE
“I closed my lead investor 2 days after sending my pitch video."
Mati Amin, Lit Learning
"Early-stage founders trying to build a pitch deck you need to subscribe. It's worth every single sweat."
Valentine Osakwe, Peep Connect
“I think your platform is brilliant! I actually feel more comfortable sending a video link rather than a downloadable deck.”
Toyosi Babalola, Abulé
Stop wasting weeks tweaking your narrative, searching for best practices, or spending thousands on a pitch coach -- join Scroobious and get funded.
There are few things more exciting to an entrepreneur than seeing your vision come to life. We founders take on the challenge of bringing a new thing into the world that didn't exist before. Visions of a future state exist in our minds and we manifest them into solutions others can use. It's daunting and thrilling and painful and exhilarating and unbearable and fulfilling all at the same time.
We work with dozens of university programs at Scroobious. While chatting with an entrepreneurship professor earlier this week, I found myself wishing I had taken some entrepreneurship courses while I was at business school. Entrepreneurship wasn't explicitly taught back then, and it wasn't even on my radar at the time.
To say this has been a difficult month in startup-land would be an understatement. We have all been challenged in different ways by the sudden closure of SVB, but for underrepresented founders and emerging fund managers, this cut deep both financially and emotionally.