Be prepared or you’ll miss the target
Are you part of the “99%”?
On average, a VC reviews 400-600 companies for ”A-round” investments per
year, and selects 4-6 (1%) of them.
Large angel investors review 100-200 companies for ”A-round” investments
per year, and choose only 1-2 (1%) of them.
What about the remaining 99%? Are all of them “not fundable”? Definitely not!
Once the language is set, the story is ready, and everyone is on the same page – the show starts.
It’s a long roller-coaster of between 4-6 months, but Matoki has a proven and structured process in place for it.
Note – even if the company is fundable, it should still plan it’s funding using a structured, robust, and proven process.
The company raised the funds.
Congratulations! But it’s a totally different company on the morning after.
The main question mark about its existence is gone.
It has enough resources to execute on its plans.
Now it should quickly execute on the promises presented to its investors, some of whom are now board members.