These days, entrepreneurs and small businesses are struggling to find the capital they need to grow their business. Business owners keep on asking how to raise money fast. Skills aren’t the issue; there are plenty of management teams who are experts at what they do. Experience isn’t the issue, majority of business owners have been in the workforce for over 10 years. Access to these investors is the issue. The reality is, most entrepreneurs and small business owners fail within two years of incorporation because they don’t know how to find, engage or attract investors. At INVESTyR, it is our mission to better people’s lives by improving their access to capital. Over the last couple years, we have developed a system for educating owners on digital media and improving their chance of survival and growth. We’ve done this by focusing on 3 basic principles:
1. Investors want to be found
2. People Invest in People They Like
3. The modern investor has changed
Focusing on this core process helps you cut the average amount of time to raise money in half, and focus on growing your business. Sign up for the INVESTyR Udemy course now to learn how to raise money fast for your business and Invest your reputation!</p>
3. Leverage the network
4. A sounding board
5. Critical feedback loop of what is and not working
6. Fast fail a process
Cost effective solution for getting high caliber people
The network of the advisory board
Need to figure out what works best for you
1. Simply Net Present Value of the future cash flows and sale of the company
2. Discount rates are high and pro formas are very subjective
3. The exercise will show you where value comes from
The INVESTyR DealTeam has over 30 years of corporate and project finance experience from venture funding to financing multi-billion energy projects.
We marry our corporate development expertise with the latest online tools and technology to provide learners with access to cutting edge strategic finance.
INVESTyR courses are taught by financial strategists, Phil Pogge and Patrick Donohue, and produced by Jason Martin.