Wherever you are in your fundraising process, you need to keep your investors interested in your company. After a successful pitch meeting, investors typically like to have a longer meeting – often called a “deep dive”, where the perspective investors learn more about your company and its history.
These “deep dive” meetings aren’t actually a part of the due diligence process, but rather are a pre-diligence stage. In this meeting, you will need to convince your investors that more due diligence is the best next step.
Learn what you need to know about these “deep dive” meetings, and more in this edition of Founders Flash.
- Prepping for a deep dive meeting with investors (Inc.)
- Warned of a crash, start-ups in Silicon Valley narrow their focus (New York Times)
- Venture capitalists fly into space start-ups (CNBC)
- 5 ways to know whether a startup is 'real' (Inc.)
- How the startup economy is replacing the traditional resume (TechCrunch)
- What do entrepreneurs have in common? (Upstart Business Journal)