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How to Land a Business Investor

by on April 20, 2018 in Funding Money The Biz Tips

The dream of every entrepreneur is to become successful. But sometimes as an entrepreneur, you may not have an access to the finances. Hence, the entrepreneurs normally look for the services of professional investors. Being an entrepreneur, it is your job to convince the business investor that your plan is worth investing.

We have summarized the important points that investors take into consideration before investing in your business:

  • The products and services a business is offering should address the needs of growing market
  • Business has the ability to take advantage of the opportunities arising from the growing market
  • Business has a defensible competitive advantage in the market
  • The management is capable of executing on the potential highlighted in first three points

Therefore, the key task is to match the above-mentioned criteria. The very next step is to look for the potential investors who might be interested in investing money.

Here, we discussed some tips that might be helpful for you in getting investment for your business.

1. Be honest

You should be very honest while discussing your business plan with the investor. There is no shame in admitting if you don’t know the answers to the questions raised by the investor. It’s over if the investor senses that something is not right.

2. Do your homework before meeting an investor

It is highly imperative to prepare yourself before meeting with the investor. Ensure that you know your business and convince the investor that your business is different from the others. Point out the uniqueness in your ideas along with potential benefits to the investor.

3. Share your vision

Be certain on your vision. It is essential to find the investor who shares your vision and could buy the assumptions you’ve made regarding your business and future. Share your idea and vision with clarity. If you failed to do so the investor won’t invest in your business.

4. Follow-up

Keep follow-up with the investor but don’t force it. Investors tend to make money by investing in your business and they’ll get back to you soon if your idea is beneficial to them.

In order to become a successful entrepreneur, you should be entrepreneurial in your thoughts and ideas. That’s the only way you can convince an investor to invest in your business.

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