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The Top 10 FAQs Investors Asked Us

The Top 10 FAQs Investors Asked Us

Chris Campbell shares on his experience on his meeting with VCs and angels – What they ask and what they really want to know. This is good information to equip yourself with answers of all 10 questions before go and present your ideas:

  • Who else have you spoken to?
  • How will you make money?
  • How will your company grow?
  • What technologies do you use?
  • How easily can you be copied?
  • Can we see the demo?
  • Who are your competitors and how are you better/different?
  • Who are your customers?
  • How will you spread the word about your product?
  • What will your market penetration be?

Looking at the pattern of the questions, we see they are interested on the following topic: Ideas, management, revenue models, technology, competition, customer, marketing. Get them right with attractive answers, you will get your prize from investors.

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