Pariti, a Kenya-based establishment, introduces program to assist African-based Startups with their pitch decks

In addition to pitch decks, startups will also have their investor-facing financial models carefully analyzed by a team of experts from Pariti for free


In March 2020, Pariti introduced a unique online platform that benefits skilled freelancers and startups. It connects businesses, particularly those in under-served ecosystems, with the qualified personnel and investment they require to be productive. 

However, the newly launched online platform is entirely different. It is called Pitch and aims to assist startups with their decks. The help is rendered online. All you need is to visit Then submit your material on the platform. You will get detailed feedback and advice on how to re-position your business so it can look attractive to potential investors.

Some of the startups that will participate in this newly launched program will also be able to join Lift. Lift is Pariti’s recently introduced service established to offer capital-raising services to startups with zero up-front cost. Moreover, advisory services will be provided to selected startups and would include a full build-out of Pariti’s investment model and pitch deck. Other benefits include founder coaching, transaction support, and introduction to investors.

Pariti co-founder, Wossen Ayele, said during the launch that Pariti’s reason for introducing the various initiatives is to support the ecosystem as the COVID-19 pandemic has created some uncertainties and challenges. 


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