Once you’ve determine you’re ready to raise capital and have targeted the right investors the pitching can start. You often get one shot at pitching someone so it is important to be as prepared as possible. Below you will find our favorite resources to help you get ready for a pitch with a potential investor.
Our Favorite Posts for Pitching Investors
On the Founders Forward Blog we breakdown the differences between a product, market, or team lead company. Generally speaking, a venture capital firm will be attracted, and differentiated, by their philosophy on product, marker, or team.
Marc Andreessen on Pitching Your Company to Investors — Marc Andreessen
Marc Andreessen, Founder of Andreessen Horowitz, sits down for a Q&A with the team at Stripe Atlas and shares all things related to pitching your company to potential investors.
The Future — Peter Thiel
Peter Thiel, Founder of Founders Fund, writes a manifesto on the future and what it means for their investment thesis. Peter is an advocate for investing in companies that have an incredibly strong product.
Why Confidence is so Important in Fundraising — Mark Suster
Mark Suster, Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures, shares why having confidence when pitching your company can greatly increase your odds of raising capital.