Securing an investment from an angel fund or a VC business can be a vicious cycle. Investors love businesses that make money, and these are exactly the kind of startups that are not desperate for cash. On the other hand, some startups have great promise but little-established success. Founders of such startups often meet dozens of investors before they manage to raise their first round of funding.
There are hundreds of articles on the internet that offer tips on establishing a better connect with potential investors and expediting the fund-seeking process, but that’s not all. A startup founder must look at many other things before approaching a VC firm for funding. We will take a look at some of these pointers below.