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What we can support ?

1.  Business Plan

2. Identify Potential investor

3. Connect Network to build relationship

4. Financial Documents + all related supports

Borrower responsibilities

1 Build relationship with interest shown investor

2 . Negotiate the Terms and close the deal directly from Ange, PE, Venture capital along with others

3. Post Funding responsibilities

Business Plan


Develop a comprehensive business plan that outlines your startup's mission, target market, competitive landscape, revenue model, and growth strategy.

Pitch Deck : Create a compelling pitch deck that succinctly communicates your value proposition, market opportunity, team expertise, financial projections, and how the investment will accelerate your growth.

Financial Documents:


Prepare Due Diligence Materials

Ensure your financial records are in order, including income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and projections.- Legal Documents: Prepare legal documents such as incorporation documents, cap table, intellectual property portfolio, and any existing contracts or agreements.


Craft a Compelling Investment Proposal  - Customize your pitch and investment proposal for each investor or firm, highlighting how their investment aligns with their criteria and interests.- Clearly articulate how the funding will be used to achieve key milestones and accelerate your startup’s growth trajectory.

Identify Potential Investors


Angel Investors: Research individual angel investors who have a track record of investing in startups similar to yours. Look for investors who have relevant industry expertise or networks that could benefit your startup.

Private Equity Firms: Identify private equity firms that specialize in early-stage or growth-stage investments in your industry. Research their investment criteria, portfolio companies, and any specific sectors they focus on.

M & A and venture capital is also covered with a total contacts of 32000 numbers.

Negotiate Terms and Close the Deal

Term Sheet: Develop a term sheet outlining the terms of the investment, including the amount of funding, equity stake, valuation, investor rights (e.g., board seats), and any performance metrics or milestones.- Negotiate terms with potential investors, balancing their expectations with your startup’s needs and long-term vision.- Engage legal counsel to finalize legal documents such as investment agreements, shareholder agreements, and any necessary regulatory filings.

Network and Build Relationships


-Attend startup events, pitch competitions, industry conferences, and networking gatherings where you can meet potential investors face-to-face.- Leverage your existing network, including mentors, advisors, and industry contacts, to make introductions to angel investors and private equity firms.

Post-Funding Responsibilities 



Communicate regularly with investors, providing updates on progress, milestones achieved, financial performance, and strategic developments.- Manage investor relations effectively to build trust and maintain transparency.

- Value Proposition: Clearly articulate your startup’s unique value proposition and competitive advantage to differentiate yourself in a crowded market.

- Investor Alignment: Seek investors who not only provide capital but also bring strategic value, industry expertise, and a network that can help propel your startup forward.

- Prepare for Due Diligence: Anticipate and proactively address potential questions or concerns that investors may have during the due diligence process.

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