Trying to build a business is hard enough; it's even harder when faced with the complexity and time involved in raising investment dollars.
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Once you get in front of angel investors, you'll have very little time to make a good impression. You'll need to be prepared by doing your homework in advance. You won't want investor's enthusiasm to wane. You'll need (at a minimum) your presentation / pitch, financial projections, to be ready to communicate the essence of your business and answer probing questions. Your corporate documents need to be in good shape, all cleaned-up and ready to give to prospective investors during the "due diligence process". Lastly, you should have a good command of the convertible note agreements that are being used as common instruments for funding, including crafting reasonable terms that are a win-win for both you and investors. If you have a drafted convertible note ready to give investors, all the better for negotiations.
Do I know how to make a business case for my idea?
Do I know what questions investors will ask and how to answer them?
Is my Cap Table correct?
Are my company documents squeaky-clean?
Do I understand investment documents?
Will I be able to get win-win terms during negotiations so I don't have to give up too much?