Startup fundraising checklist

One of the biggest mistakes some founders make is approaching investors before being Investor-Ready.

So what does it mean to be “Investor-Ready”?

It’s not about the paperwork that needs to be in place or not just about that.

To be “Investor-Ready” means: are you ready for investors and their expectations? How can you make yourself an attractive investment case? Can you give them their money back 10x or 100x in 5 to 10 years? Because, after all, that’s what they are interested in. They want their money back with a significant…

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The Investor Advisor

Raja Skogland * Investor in 60+ Startups * 3x Founder (1 exit) * I help startups build, fundraise & scale * Advised 1000s of entrepreneurs since 2015