Fundraising · Investments

How to find investors for projects ?

Peter Skop Koordinátor projektů ve společnosti Self Employed Independent Peoplesoft Consultant

October 7th, 2016

Iam just starting to get project done but I dont have investor can you help ?
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Peter Skop Koordinátor projektů ve společnosti Self Employed Independent Peoplesoft Consultant

October 7th, 2016

Thank you so much for help I will try but is to hard to find sombody if you dont have prototype of the machine its gonna cost me toomach to bulid thet way is realy hard to find somebody    what to do?

Peter Skop Koordinátor projektů ve společnosti Self Employed Independent Peoplesoft Consultant

October 7th, 2016

I just strting so I need sommebody to help me what to do next ?

Valeriia Timokhina Eastern Peak Software: Custom software development

October 7th, 2016

Check out Y Combinator and Angel.co, try to connect with investors on LinkedIn. Visit conferences and events that gather enough venture capitalists and tech entrepreneurs.
By the way, useful article for those who is looking for great way to attract investors' attention: Creating an MVP that can get your startup funded

Andrea Gentili COO (and co-Founder) at Kobo Funds

October 7th, 2016

I would suggest to engage and advisor being able to help you both in the production of a credible Business Plan and to raise funds.

Peter Skop Koordinátor projektů ve společnosti Self Employed Independent Peoplesoft Consultant

October 7th, 2016

If you have this just on the paper ?

Martin Omansky Independent Venture Capital & Private Equity Professional

October 7th, 2016

(1) Yours is a common problem. (2) There is no standard approach. (3) Hints: prepare your project appropriately - this is a separate discussion; concentrate on attracting the attention of people in the same industry or technical area - so-called "affinity investors", ask your corporate attorney for referrals, avoid 'finders' because of their illegal activities in the US, don't waste time with investment bankers or broker-dealers because they generally don't like and don't do start-ups except for very large projects like pharmaceutical deals. If you want to approach institutional investors (VC's) you should be aware that most of them have areas of specialization (technologies, markets, stages of development) and that you can find out about them by googling them or getting a list from the National Venture Capital Association. Sent from my iPhone