Before investing money in a startup, investors and entrepreneurs have to go through a Due Diligence process, a comprehensive appraisal of the business. Brigitte Baumann, founder of GoBeyond, will explain you why investors conduct Due Diligeance and how this is done.
As investor you need to get enough information to understand what does the startup do, and what are the challenges for the startup to grow.
There are eight essential points that an investor needs to evaluate and pay attention to, during the pitch. How do they analyse them, the investor count with three different channels of information. It is also very important that entrepreneurs check out potential investors. Learn how to structure this process and do it as efficient as possible for both parties, in the video provided for you in the ESIL academy.
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