Startup Fund-Raising Platform
by engaging individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies.
For Aspiring Entrepreneurs Who Pitch Their Business Models To Panel Of Investors To Raise Startups Seed Funding
For Investors Who Wants Good Returns By Investing In Startups Through Debt or Equity Funding
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Why Funding is Required by Startups?
A startup might require funding for one, a few, or all of the following purposes. It is important that an entrepreneur is clear about why they are raising funds. Founders should have a detailed financial and business plan before they approach investors.
Stages of Startups and Source of Funding
There are multiple sources of funding available for startups. However, the source of funding should typically match the stage of operations of the startup. Please note that raising funds from external sources is a time-consuming process and can easily take over 6 months to convert.
Steps to Startup Fund Raising
The entrepreneur must be willing to put in the effort and have the patience that a successful fund-raising round requires. The fund-raising process can be broken down into the following steps
Assessing Need for Funding
Assessing Investment Readiness
Preparation of Pitchdeck
Due Diligence by Interested Investors
The startup needs to assess why the funding is required, and the right amount to be raised. The startup should develop a milestone-based plan with clear timelines regarding what the startup wishes to do in the next 2, 4, and 10 years. A financial forecast is a carefully constructed projection of company development over a given time period, taking into consideration projected sales data, as well as market and economic indicators. The cost of Production, Prototype Development, Research, Manufacturing, etc should be planned well. Basis this, the startup can decide what the next round of investment will be for.
What do investors look for in startups?
Why do investors invest in startups?
Investors essentially buy a piece of the company with their investment. They are putting down capital, in exchange for equity: a portion of ownership in the startup and rights to its potential future profits. Investors form a partnership with the startups they choose to invest in – if the company turns a profit, investors make returns proportionate to their amount of equity in the startup; if the startup fails, the investors lose the money they’ve invested.
Investors realize their return on investment from startups through various means of exit. Ideally, the VC firm and the entrepreneur should discuss the various exit options at the beginning of investment negotiations. A well-performing, high-growth startup that also has excellent management and organizational processes is more likely of being exit-ready earlier than other startups. Venture Capital and Private Equity funds must exit all their investments before the end of the fund’s life.
This Event Features a Panel Of Potential Investors Who Listen To Entrepreneurs Pitch Ideas For a Business Or Product They Wish To Develop.
These Self-Made Multi-Millionaires Judge The Business Concepts And Products Pitched And Then Decide Whether To Invest Their Own Money To Help Market And Mentor Each Contestant.
Step 1: Participant Register Their Startup Idea In Startup-Investors Summit
Step 2: SIS Panel Short Listed Great Potential Business Idea
Step 3: Participants Creates a Executive Summery & Pitch Deck Of Their Startups
Step 4: Investors Are Finalized For Upcoming Startup-Investors Summit Events
Step 5: Startup Founders Pitch Their Business Model To Panel Of Investors
Step 6: Founder Gets Funding If Investors Find Any Potential Deal To Invest