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How would you like the insider secrets to finding, pitching and obtaining an angel investment...
...from a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who has actually invested in or advised 250 startups?
That's exactly what you'll get inside this course...
If you have a great business (or idea for a business) and need angel funding to help fund your startup, this is the course for you.
You'll discover insider secrets to obtaining angel financing as you walk through this course and learn:
Bottom line, this is the perfect introduction to the world of angel investors and will give you the tools, strategies and insider knowledge you need to navigate the world of startup financing for your business.
If you've ever seen the hit TV show, Shark Tank, you know it can be a brutal process to obtain funding from an angel investor.
But when you're equipped with the strategies inside this course, you'll be able to walk in with confidence, knowing what to expect and knowing how to easily answer the angel's questions so that you walk out with a deal and the funding you need!
And, with your enrollment today, you automatically receive our 30-day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee, so you have no risk in enrolling.
Imagine discovering the secrets to getting angel funding, from an actual venture capitalist who has participated in 250 deals?
This is the unprecedented, exciting opportunity you have in front of you, right now...
Enroll today and you can begin finding and pitching angel investors immediately after taking this course.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Introduction And Course Content OverviewPreview
|Section 2: Angel Investing Overview|
What Are Angel Investors And What Are Their 6 Most Important Criteria?Preview
What Do Angel Investors Like To See And Common Reasons For Rejection.Preview
|Section 3: Contacting Angel Investors|
How To Find Angel Investors And What To Include In Your Email To Angels.Preview
|Section 4: Preparing For The Meeting With Angel Investors|
How To Prepare For Your Pitch Meeting And Financial Questions To AnticipatePreview
Questions To Anticipate About Marketing And Management. Common Errors Made.
|Section 5: 10 Commandments For Obtaining Angel Financing|
The Ten Key Principles That Will Help You Obtain Angel Investment
|Section 6: Setting Valuation And Terms For The Investment|
Key Valuation Principles. Typical Terms And Legal Documentation Needed
|Section 7: What Gets The Attention Of Investors|
12 Angel Investors Describe What They Look For In An Investment / Startup / Team
|Section 8: Conclusion|
Conclusion And Introduction To Supplementary Materials
|Section 9: Supplementary Materials & Downloads|
PDF Of The Presentation Used In This Course (Downloadable)
28 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching to Investors (PDF Download)
25 Frequently Asked Questions On Starting A Business (Downloadable PDF)
65 Questions Venture Capitalists Will Ask Startups (Downloadable PDF)
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Richard Harroch is a venture capitalist, angel investor, and bestselling author.
He is an expert contributor to Forbes and AllBusiness.
He has invested in or advised over 250 startups. His areas of expertise include venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, angel investing, Internet companies, corporate finance, and online publishing.
He was the founder of Internet companies sold to NBC, Dun & Bradstreet, and LexisNexis.