Secret guide to what Investors look for before investing in startups

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  1. October 14, 2015

    […] is something on which you can rely all the time.To know how to get investment easily read what investors look for in a business before investing. Hence, my point is that you should keep working on your venture if not immediate short-term […]

  2. October 14, 2015

    […] Equity is the preferred choice of the startups in their incipient stage as they do not have access to easy debt funding and they need good amount of funds for marketing and increasing their customer base etc.. With the help of equity they improve on their product, hire experienced professional from industry, increase their marketing budget, expands to more areas, expands their category portfolio, improves customer service etc. But all these goodies come at a cost and the cost is loosing ownership of your company. (To top the investor’s favourite list of startups please check –what investors look for in a business before investing). […]

  3. October 18, 2015

    […] on funding is not a good option. Its really hard to convince investors to bet on your idea. Check what investors look for in a business before investing, so that you can be better prepared to top the investors favourite list. You may also be interested […]

  4. October 18, 2015

    […] is filled with creative and innovative business ideas and funds being the only constraint.(Check what investors look for in a business before investing to top the favourite list of investors) On the other hand high returns in a comparatively shorter […]

  5. October 18, 2015

    […] investment is a crucial factor (learn how to top the investor’s list of favourite startups- What Investors Look For in a Business Before Investing) in this industry because of high operational cost and negligible margins. Investors generally bet […]

  6. November 30, 2015

    […] on logical hunches- like the scalability of the idea, Product Market Match, Founding Team. Read “What investors look for in a business before investing” for […]

  7. March 18, 2016

    […] putting his money in your venture, he wants a return and has an exit plan.We have already discussed how founders go on loosing equity with each round of investment. On the surface, it might seem that the intentions of founders and funders are the same but on […]

  8. March 18, 2016

    […] Many of the startups had been lucky enough to get the seed funding, but most of them are stuck at the next level. It is comparatively easier to raise funds at the seed stage as everything goes on the face value. But as you move up the ladder of funding, things start getting more professional, decisions are taken based on numbers and projections and thus, difficult for the founders. (Read: What investors look for in a business before investing). […]

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