Today I wanted to share some information about finding investors.
Have you heard of Decksender?
It's a brilliant resource for tech startups seeking to raise investment and sending out pitch decks.
You can get access to a massive list of 804 investors here.
Decksender allows tech startup founders to describe their startups. The app will then match you against every investor on the platform and will guide you towards the best investors to send your pitch to!
As a tip for software entrepreneurs new to raising business investment - focus on angels and "pre-seed" VC's if you're at idea / prototype / MVP / just launched and still building traction. It's common for entrepreneurs to approach the wrong types of investor, which is an inefficient use of time.
To increase your chances of success, align your fundraising efforts to match with the industries and startup stage that investors are most interested.
Investors looking for "seed" stage startups are looking for more established startups with early traction, or those already generating a minimum level of monthly revenue (do your research on the investor / investment company to check whether you qualify.)
Series A and B fundraises come much further down the line and startups have usually gone through several rounds of fundraising before reaching that point.
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