If you’re thinking about a business opportunity that will require investment, then attend IFBIC’s networking events to identify key members of the investor community and meet other entrepreneurs. It is never too early to approach potential investors and it may be easier to create an informal relationship when you’re not actively seeking investment for your startup. Be creative in expanding your network.
Investors want to see signs that you’re a great founder who can execute a vision. IFBIC will help you in raising funding and develop your target investor list. IFBIC will be introducing you to the investors.
Meet your potential investors early. Tell them you’re not raising money yet but that you will be in the next three months or so. Tell them you really like them so you want them to have an early view.
Getting startup capital will be easy through IFBIC if you have a good idea because IFBIC knows the right investors. If you’ve spent serious time thinking about becoming an entrepreneur or you’re already in the early stages of business development, you probably already have a good idea.