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Since 2019, we've been helping startups that meet our criteria and thesis connect with Venture Capital firms.
We recently launched a new program - the global Fundraising Accelerator - an intensive 6-month long accelerator designed to serve as a bridge between founders and venture capital investors.
For selected startups, our Platform as a Service offering is jet fuel to tap global venture capital in post COVID virtual fundraising climate.
Our unique research driven approach, combined with the use of innovative software allows us to safely claim that our services are the fastest and most effective way to reach out to 3000+ venture capital firm. To ensure we pick high-quality companies, we follow a rigorous and highly-selective picking process. This quintessentially ensures that we pick companies that have high odds of successfully raising, but also the type of companies NetworkVC.org Venture Partners would be proud to back.
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. If you are interested in leveraging our expertise and ability to reach to thousands of investors on your startups behalf, as well as get our guidance on every step of outreach (pitch deck, communication strategy, introduction outreach, connectivity, support in meetings) then sign up by following instructions on Application page; and wait for our team to revise your information.
Unlike accelerators that require you to give up 5-10% of your startup, we’re 100% equity-free, making us an extremely founder friendly accelerator
ONLINE & REMOTE PROGRAM
Regardless of where you are in the world, you can participate in our program. We require no relocation and run our program entirely online.
STARTUP TO EXIT ROAD MAP
Develop your startup and fundraising roadmap with our expert mentors and connect with our global community of founders, angel investors, and venture capitalists.
A disruptive service for startup founders to tap global venture capital in post COVID virtual fundraising climate
Leverage the research our team has compiled over 1,000+ hours. Amplify your fundraising strategy.
Know your investors and reach out directly. Remember: fundraising is like hunting, not fishing. You need to establish contact with the right investors and map their investment criteria out rather than throwing a wide net (generic intro, LinkedIn outreach). It helps to be able to research the investment check sizes of 1000+ venture capital firms before reaching out to the right investors at those firms.
Targeting and reaching out to investors can be a hard job, especially for new startup founders.
"As part of your outreach, you should have a target investor list. This could be on a task management app like Trello or Asana (we used Pipedrive), or you can create a Google Sheet with 100 minimum target investors made up of VCs (leads), micro VCs (smaller check sizes), angel investors, friends/family, and other wealthy individuals that you can get introductions to. Add columns for their name, firm, investment size, sector focus, portfolio companies similar to yours, and who’s going to introduce you. We had a list of 300+ investors on our target list with a 7% close rate. Can you guess our biggest mistake when fundraising for both our seed and Series A? Yup, not building a big enough initial target list. Inevitably you won’t get enough warm introductions, or hear back from everyone, and by the time you get to a meeting, you still hear a lot of big N-Os. It’s like a sales funnel. More investors on your target list mean more meetings and more closed deals. That’s good for you.
Running a fundraising process effectively can be about breaking down to the most minutia of details. Think meeting strategy, for example. How will you run your meetings? 30 minutes with a hard stop, because you are busy and have to meet other investors? Will you end meetings early if the investor is not interested? What’s the longest you will let a meeting go? How will you get the investor excited and keep the excitement through the moment you leave the room? These are all questions you need to think through in order to prepare for all situations you may encounter............."
Advise from a Venture Partner at 500 Startups - Read more
If you are looking to fund raise, here are the high-level questions you need to go through when preparing to fund raise.
Are you ready to fund raise?
Is your pitch perfected?
What’s your investor strategy?
We are here to help!
We can help with all these questions, as well as conduct expedited, amplified outreach on behalf of your startup if we believe you are a high potential company.