It’s a two-way process.
When looking for investors, there is a two-sided evaluation going on.
As investors are analyzing you, you are analyzing them.
To make the best evaluation, you need to ask the right questions.
I’ve put together a list of over 100 questions that you can use to ask your investors, and also, yourself.
Questions from this list:
▪️ How can you help us besides the money?
▪️ What’s the main metric that would prove this company’s potential?
▪️ What important truth do [they] believe that few people would agree with them on?
▪️ How much do they usually invest, and who else do you have to bring into the round to make it easy for them to say yes?
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