I have multiple ideas running through my mind , some of which I think are brilliant. But, I am not sure where to start. How to get the right investor who would give me freedom and vision on my projects. I have seen that a lot of documentation goes into convincing the investors. Is it all correct. Is there a way, I could get to meet investors and just explain my idea to see if they are interested.
No just idea no matter how brilliant, do not get an investment, it will just wear the founder out to try to get an investment in that stage, believe me, I saw people doing this.even an adventurous angel investor doesn't look for just an idea and they will need at least a team behind it.
I think applying to accelerators is a better step, some of them have good programs for the idea stage and make an investible product out of your idea,
So go to an accelerator and build a team , create a viable business model at least on paper, and get as much close to a minimal working product then talk to reputable angel investors and you will make it, no doubt.
Wish you best of luck.
Did you say ideas?
Ideas mean nothing to the investors. They all look for a working business model.
A tested model that brings money, if you can show that your idea worth something. You don't have to hunt down anyone to invest. People will come to you with money.
Here is how I would do it.
Pick a idea that you think is brilliant.
Create a mvp with no bells and whistle.
Launch that to your target audience. (with small budget)
Generate some positive income (aka profit)
If it did not generate profit, either fine tune your product or pick the next idea until you generate profit.
Reinvest the profit back into business until it worth something significant.
At this point you will already know many investors who are interested to invest or buy your company.
Step 1 is get the ideas out of your mind, and onto paper. After helping a number of friends who also had great ideas, I wrote this article with simple and practical advice. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/8-tips-starting-your-new-business-ryan-goodman/
yes, I think when you meet investors, instead of asking them to invest in you, you can always as them to give you feedback first. In that case you can build the relationship with them, and they can see how you evolve and develop your idea!
I think it is better to have one idea and create a business plan. If you are business plan is good enough then it will not be an issue to find an investor.
You might want to watch the videos at http://a2e.co to get a sense of what's involved. Of particular interest will be "The Seedling" which goes from generating ideas to testing them at the initial level for business sensibility.
The simple answer (Raojer is right) is that ideas are not worth the brain cells you use on them - to investors. You need to sieve out the good businesses from the bad ones by testing the ideas against what will work in the marketplace.