Are you about to walk into a meeting or pitch session for potential investors? Hear from Jesse Jones, Fourscore Business Law Founder, about his top 3 tips for pitching to angel and venture investors. In this video, he discusses knowing your investor, choosing your investor, and winning your presentation.
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One of the biggest struggles entrepreneurs outside of the Bay area and the Northeast deal with is raising money to fund their ventures. Here at Fourscore, we have compiled a list of 100 venture capital and angel funds in our own Southeastern backyard. The Fourscore list organizes these Southeastern funds by industry focus and includes links for your convenience. Download our directory of funding sources in the Southeast here.
For entrepreneurs, the prospect of raising funds to propel business growth should come with a mix of excitement and fear. While taking angel and venture capital isn’t right for every startup, it may be the ideal financial structure to help you scale. Venture capital gives you the opportunity to raise significant amounts of funding by essentially selling a part of your company as you build it. For that reason, entrepreneurs should understand that angel and venture capital is typically expensive money, so the smartest entrepreneurs will make sure to seek outside capital from those that can provide value in terms other than simply dollars. If you are planning to meet with a potential investor, understanding what to expect when it comes to structuring venture deals will help ensure you get started on the right foot. Download our whitepaper here, including a directory of funding sources in North Carolina and the Southeast.