Topic

The Startup Founder's Guide to Investor Communication

Upcoming Webinar
Date & Time
September 4, 2:00pm EDT
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Investor communication is a key skill that all startup founders should hone. Whether you're pitching new investors, updating existing ones or trying to raise your next round, your ability to engage investors can mean the difference between failure and success. If you want to improve your investor communication, we can help. In this webinar you’ll learn:
  • How to reach out to investors and get a meeting
  • How to pitch effectively
  • How to stay top-of-mind with prospective investors
  • How sending consistent investor updates can make getting your next round easy
  • How to leverage your investors' experience and networks to get the help you need
Effective investor communication seems like it should be simple, but that's not always the case. Join us for this webinar and learn what good investor communication is all about.
Hosted by
Elizabeth Yin Hustle Fund
Elizabeth Yin
General Partner @ The Hustle Fund
Mike Preuss Visible
Mike Preuss
CEO @ Visible

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth Yin is a co-founder and General Partner at Hustle Fund, a pre-seed fund for software entrepreneurs. Previously, Elizabeth was a partner at 500 Startups where she invested in seed-stage companies and ran the Mountain View accelerator.

Elizabeth has reviewed over 20k startup pitches from around the world in the last few years and has helped numerous portfolio founders raise hundreds of millions of dollars. Her work and writing on startup fundraising has been featured in numerous publications including TechCrunch, Forbes, Huffington Post, BetaKit, and more.

 

About Mike

As the CEO and Co-founder of Visible, Mike knows a thing or two about effective investor communication. Aside from his experience founding a company, he’s also helped thousands of startups engage their investors and earn follow-on funding. Mike has seen the benefits of effective investor communication firsthand, as Visible customers have raised over $800M in follow-on funding in the past year alone.