The Step-by-Step Methodology That I Used To Raise Funds For A Startup.
Need to raise funds to grow your startup? Here‘s a guide created from my 10 year business consulting experience. It‘ll definitely help.
Thursday, the 21st of September: Does this mean anything to you? You have the chance to get out there and make it a date to remember. So go for it!
⏱️ This is a 9-minute detailed guide about my fundraising methodology. Here‘s an overview
🤔 Phase 0 — Assess
♟ Phase 1 — Methodology (The 4-Step Process)
Step 1 — Hide
🖥 Step 2 — Research Using DBs and LSN.
📒 Step 3 — Study the person; they might become your investor.
😎 Step 4 — Be Cool (sorry, what was your VC called again?)
Some weeks have warm introductions; others have detailed guides on how you can land that warm intro.
Alright, let‘s dig into it. Most of my readers know who I am, but for new subscribers, I‘m AL Anany, a business consultant in Switzerland.
I specialize in the investment preparation phase of a post-traction startup. For instance, if a startup started to make money or gain users and needed an investment, I would help prep them.
On a few occasions, I went the extra mile to actively help tech clients raise an investment. I‘ve stopped doing that to give my own startup a focus, yet, in those years, I learned the tricks around fundraising and why many startups struggle to find investors.
So let me give you a short, but to-the-point guide on how to raise investments.
PS. This guide is designed to help post-traction startups (not necessarily revenue), but if you do have a startup with an MVP, it could also work. If you have just an idea, then pin this guide till you have either an MVP or Traction.
Feel free to save this guide and share it with your investment team or for later on when you‘re going to start your startup fundraising round.
Let‘s do this!
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