At Pitch, we think it should be easy for teams to communicate complex ideas in simple and digestible terms. That’s what great presentations do best.
We founded Pitch with the goal of building the first complete platform for presentations, and the mission to enable every team’s best thinking.
When we do that, more founders will win backing for world-changing ideas, stronger storytelling will scale world-class companies, and more teams everywhere will find togetherness.
We’re unifying the entire workflow of presenting, so teams can go from draft to deck in no time, and presenters and audiences can connect anywhere, anytime. All in one place.
And we’re building an ecosystem where anyone can get inspired with templates crafted by experts, discover revolutionary ideas from top thinkers and makers, and publish playful storytelling and standout work.
Pitch: the dedicated home our best thinking deserves.
Pitch was started in 2018 by a team of eight co-founders out of a shared passion for creating well-crafted and delightful products.
Our team now comprises over 120+ thinkers, makers, and storytellers in Berlin and around the world. We’re a remote-first company so you can be a part of our team from anywhere.
We started this company with an ambition to make work more joyful for ourselves and our community, and that principle guides everything we build and how we work together to this day.
We value flat hierarchies, clear communication, and full ownership and responsibility.
Absolutely! While the Pitch application is written mostly with Clojure, we use lots of more widely-known libraries and languages (e.g. React.js) as well. Every engineer who joins without prior knowledge of Clojure can expect extensive mentorship, time, and resources to learn Clojure and our codebase before diving into the deep-end.
Yes, of course. Pitch wants to hire the best and brightest regardless of where they're based geographically. On occasion, teams have a preference for candidates whose working hours overlap with the rest of their team, but there is always flexibility.
No. While we do have an office in Berlin, physical presence there is 100% optional.
Absolutely, feel free to submit a speculative application.
We do our best to get back to all applicants within one week of their applications. That being said, the application review process has lots of moving parts and depends on the availability of our hiring teams, holidays, and other unpredictable factors. We do our best, but appreciate your patience if it takes >1 week to respond to you.
Given the high volume of applications we receive, it's not possible for us to give tailored feedback to candidates who aren't selected for first-stage interviews. If you do progress beyond the first-stage interview, however, we try to give specific, tailored feedback should there not be a fit.
The typical Pitch interview processes consists of the following steps, all of which are conducted remotely.
We process and store all data in accordance with GDPR standards. You can request to have your data deleted at any time after applying and we will action this request within 1-2 days.
The average recruitment process lasts between 4-5 weeks to get through all the stages, although there's some variability depending on availability on both the hiring team and candidate side.
The short answer is 'no'. We practice asynchronous communication.
Yes, one might miss having the office as an anchor, or the occasional water-cooler chat with colleagues. But 100% remote work doesn't have to be disengaged and disconnected! At Pitch, we put a lot of emphasis on connecting (not just about work!) through virtual coffee chats, catch-ups via Zoom (as and when needed)... and Slack shenanigans. Additionally, we are big fans of team offsites, yearly company get togethers, and Weekly Bulletins (our async alternative to All-Hands). We believe remote working empowers you to work autonomously and flexibly on something you believe in, and your colleagues are only a Slack away for a second opinion, cheering up, and various meme shenanigans.