Expect to take multiple meetings before landing an investor. As a founder, you have to treat the fundraising process much like the sales process.
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Convincing someone to invest in your business is one of the biggest challenges a founder faces. Here’s how I raised $2 million without a co-founder.
If you want to sell or pitch your company to investors it’s important to spend a reasonable amount of time addressing the bad stuff.
Remember that an investor is not a bank, but is a well-connected strategic partner.
If I told you that startups grow faster and stronger when they help one another, you’d probably think I’m being impractical and naive.
For early-stage entrepreneurs there is a lot to be learned from Shark Tank episodes. Here’s an inside look at 7 key lessons to learn before you can swim with the sharks.
Entrepreneurs and investors have one thing in common. They both want to get the most for their money.
These three steps will provide the ammunition and direction to identify your final roster of investors to meet in person.
Lately, more founders are inquiring about convertible equity. Some wonder if it is a good replacement for convertible debt (which has become ubiquitous in seed stage startup funding).
As you craft your next investment pitch, keep these three things in mind.