Pitch decks are worthless material. Investors mostly look at what the invention
is about and how big the market can be and what revenue is already in
the register as of the day you pitched to them. Investors only look for those
3 things first. They then second look at your team and other related to start ups.
So pitch decks are unnecessary wasteful piece of material and that is why most
entrepreneurs failed to get any type of funding from investors. But then, there are
many low level venture firm partners that see pitch decks as something they use
to weed out those inventors that work hard to deserve a day with them so their
portfolio is passed down to the higher level for a second round look. So, maybe
do a pitch deck just in case you might not encounter a smart angel or venture firm.
A smart angel or venture firm only look at your current revenue and market potential
for scale. Good luck!!!