When you’re first starting out, acquiring funds will take up the majority of your time. When you’re competing for funds, you should learn how to be flexible about where the money comes from.
Venture capitalist tend to invest more with companies with a solid structure and qualified team. Even if the product isn’t the strongest, their passion and business mindset are more than enough to prove to the VC that they can get the job done.
When making your pitch, put your all into it and don’t look back. Showcase your personality, your individuality, and how this makes you a better businessperson. You have to be “likeable” but you also have to prove you’re competent. Do this and the check is as good as signed.
Once you get that cash in hand, you have to prove you were worthy of the investment. Click here to subscribe to the Professor Savings YouTube channel and learn more about adhering to a financial budget.