Too Long; Didn't Read
A pitch deck is needed for all startups of early and late stages, which in one way or another attract investments or enter negotiations with investors. The most enterprising founders share an information-limited pitch deck publicly on various platforms, social networks and channels. This simply reduces the time that founders spend on fundraising, and that investors need to decide on further communication. The rule of good form for investors is to share the pitch deck of a promising project with colleagues if, for example, the project does not fit the investment thesis of the fund.