How to Raise Pre-Seed/Seed Startup Funds
Date: 18 January 2023
Time: 10 AM – Noon
Less than 1% of startup pitches result in funding. While most entrepreneurs over-emphasize pitch decks, smart founders focus on fundability. Successful founders follow a proven five-step process to efficiently raise Pre-seed and Seed funds for their early-stage startup. This class dives into important keys to raise early-stage funds, including:
- Due diligence and legal pitfalls
- Financial projections and models
- Funding strategy
- Inflection points and funding milestones
- Idea validation
- Traction metrics
- Pitch effectiveness and tracking
- Negotiating term sheets
Attendees will learn the Prepare, Plan, Execute, Sell, and Close (PPESC) process to effectively build a fundable startup and then close Pre-Seed and Seed funding.
Presented by: Sam Wong, CEO Fundable Startups
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