How to email VC's and get noticed if your a startup founder from a techstars founder

How to email VC's and get noticed if your a startup founder from a techstars founder

So how to you email VC's and investors for your startup business? We have been asked this question many times. How do we approach investors and angels while building our startup or business. What shall we do. We would give a few small simple tips for you guys to do it as we have done it and all been accepted to some of the worlds top accelerators.

Here are the steps

  1. Make the intro email small and direct

example email: Dear X

DRAFT EMAIL - keeping it simple for investors
Dear X

Let us know if X could be of interest. We are a revenue generating X technology water business.

Our round is open and will close soon and we have plenty of interested parties. Would you be interested to learn more?

I have attached a quick 1 pager for your convenience.

Thanks again,

2. How to reach out to investors and where to find them

Use linkedin, events, and speak to other similar companies about whether their own investors could be interested in investing in your startup. Create yourself an excel table for yourself to show which investors you should be reaching out to. Make sure to look at sector specific investors for whatever your building!

3. Sign up to courses to learn more!

Use founderbounty and learn how to build from real founders!

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