Are you planning to get your start-up business off the ground? Do you have an amazing idea but no way to make it work without getting funded? Or maybe you’ve already set up your company, and you’ve quickly realized you aren’t going to go anywhere without raising capital?

Where do you go to find funding? How do you approach investors without having a door closed firmly in your face? Perhaps you’ve even contacted potential investors, only for your pitch to fall flat, and to receive a polite but firm “no thanks.” Something just isn’t working in your approach, and you just don’t know what to do.

You might be at the point of giving up.

Well, the truth is: getting a business funded is not easy… but there are probably several things you’re doing wrong.

Your company might be a game changer, you might be the next big thing, and you’re certain your product will disrupt the marketplace. But good intentions are not enough.

At Funding Authority, We Have Experts in Fundraising

The principals at Funding Authority have been assisting startups and honing their fundraising techniques for many years. Some for over 30 years. To date, they have assisted in raising more than $1 billion in funding for a wide range of companies.

We’ll show you everything you need to know about raising capital for your startup. We can work with you on your financing goals and obtaining the necessary funding to get your company off the ground:

  • What type of funding is best for you
  • Finding investors
  • How to contact them
  • Pitching and presenting
  • The best techniques for follow-up calls
  • Essential promotional material
  • How to close the deal
  • Fostering good relationships with your investors
  • Making the most of your investors’ referrals
  • Structuring and planning your funding goals

I have known the main principals at Funding Authority for many years and can personally attest to their skills.  I am honored to be chosen to write this first article.

Thank you for reading,
Didi J. Fuller

This post was originaly Published July 25th, 2018 by Didi J. Fuller