22 Sales Deck Examples to create a Winning Sales Presentation

22 Sales Deck Examples to create a Winning Sales Presentation

Erika Collins

By Erika Collins on May 02, 2017

You've identified and connected with your prospect, explored their situation, and booked a meeting. Your prospect is getting close to making a decision, but first you have to give them your sales presentation.

Things are getting serious.

Your sales deck should provide a background to your presentation, but what goes in a great sales deck?

The goal of a sales deck is to "visually and textually present your sales narrative to your ideal customer in a way that convinces them to buy your solution." - Peter Kazanjy

We've collected 22 sales deck examples to help you create your own winning deck.

Jump to a deck:

Zuora
Zenefits
Facebook for Business
Uber for Business
Reddit
Immediately
Grindr
Snapchat 2015
Snapchat 2014
Tumblr
ProdPad
LeadCrunch
Adgibbon
Relink
Bounce Exchange
Salesforce
Appsflyer
QuotaFactory
Splunk
Office365
Contently
TalentBin


Sales Deck Guidelines

Your sales deck should support your presentation. It provides a starting point and context to have a conversation around, not a crux to coast through a generic pitch.

Opt for graphs, charts, images and white space over text. The more words on the page, the more they're reading the text and not listening to what you're saying.

The meeting is for your prospect, not you. If they'd like to steer the conversation in a new direction then let them do so. Be flexible and adapt to where your prospects interests lie.

The less they talk the less chance you have of closing the sale. Even though you're presenting this is still a two way dialogue, so get them involved in the conversation where you can.

Tailor your presentation based on your prospects interests. It should feel like it's customized to them. Don't have an overly broad focus - use what you've learned about your prospect and what they care about.

At a minimum, your Sales Deck should include:

  • Who you are: keep it brief and relevant
  • The "before" or problem section: make them feel the pain
  • The "after" or solution section: show them how good life can be
  • Why you're the best solution: connect the dots between before, after and your solution
  • Who else you're working with: validate your solution with social-proof
  • A call-to-action: bring the conversation to a head (e.g. with pricing, they're going to ask)
  • Appendices: objection, "choose your own adventure", and edge-case slides

Creating your own sales deck? Read our guide to create and design sales decks that knock your prospects socks off.

Sales Deck Examples

Zenefits Sales Deck

Zuora Sales Deck

Facebook for Business Sales Deck

Uber for Business Sales Deck

Reddit Ad Sales Deck

Immediately Sales Deck

Grindr Sales Deck

Snapchat Ad Sales Deck 2015

Snapchat Ad Sales Deck 2014

Tumblr Ad Sales Deck

ProdPad Sales Deck

LeadCrunch Sales Deck

Adgibbon Sales Deck

Relink Sales Deck

Bounce Exchange Sales Deck

Salesforce Marketing Cloud Sales Deck

Appsflyer Sales Deck

QuotaFactory Sales Deck

Splunk Sales Deck

Office365 Sales Deck

Contently Sales Deck

Where to from here?

Peter Kazanjy, founder of TalentBin (acquired by Monster) put together a must watch presentation called Sales Decks for Founders. Even if you're not a founder, it's equally as relevant for marketers and salespeople who want to create a winning deck:

Founders for Sales Presentation Deck

Founders for Sales Presentation Video

The Example TalentBin Sales Deck

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