Category: Pitching

Top 4 tips when reaching out to investors

Raising capital is often both exciting and frustrating. Usually, the capital raise process begins with a single e-mail or phone-call made to a family member, friend or old colleague. The process can be extremely nerve-racking, especially if you don’t get an immediate response after sending out that initial set of emails. Here are several key…

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Recommended Due Diligence: What to Prepare for Investors

Preparing for Due Diligence . When you plan to raise capital from investors, you should be prepared to provide them with documents relating to all areas of your firm. Investors play a high-risk game, especially when investing in early and growth stage companies. Investors want to know whether you can measure up to the competition,…

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Value your startup like a Venture Capital Firm: The VC Method

How do we define value when it comes to a startup? Whether you are looking to evaluate your business for operational purposes or are preparing for a capital raise, trying to lock-down a justifiable valuation is tricky. In a Venture Capital firm, investors understand the risks associated with early stage investments; 9 out of every…

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What Investors are looking for in a Growth Stage Company

Investors are curious but busy individuals. Daily, they receive hundreds of e-mails, cold calls, and pitches about the “next revolutionary idea”. Naturally, this barrage of business plans can grow weary even to the most passionate investor. So how can we, as entrepreneurs, ensure that our billion dollar idea stands out from the crowd? With 9…

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Content Essentials of Pitch Decks

Preparation is key when trying to raise capital. Not only do investors prefer working with companies who are ready for their raise, they prefer clear organization in presentation. It is vital for you, as the leader of your firm, to keep your firm’s road-map transparent to overall strategy. Simple as they may look, pitch decks…

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