Get
Funded!
Here are 8
Ways How
Finance it
Yourself
2
Some common means of financing the deal are
savings, cashing in on bonds and taking out loans
on fixed properties like a h...
Ask for
Friends and
Family
Money
4
When you have exhausted your personal
resources, it is time to ask your friends and
families. They are the ones closest to...
Crowd
funding
6
Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla
Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great
examples of successful crowd-fundin...
Join
Incubators
8
Incubators are organizations which provide
resources like offices and funding for early stage
startups in exchange for a s...
Apply
for a Loan
10
Most banks offer government subsidized loans for
small and medium business enterprises that you
might qualify for. Also as...
Find Angel
Investors
12
Angel investors are wealthy people looking for
investment opportunities in up and coming
companies. They can offer signifi...
Find Venture
Capitalists
14
Venture capitalists are professionals who make
their money by investing in high-risk high gain
early stage startups. Ventu...
Prepare
Your
Presentation
16
Your pitch for funding can make all the difference
between a successful round of funding or going
home dejected. You typic...
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So you are an aspiring entrepreneur with the next big idea to rock this world looking for funding to make it a reality. As you might have already found out, that is easier said than done. Making a pitch to an investor is often a nerve wracking experience. Here are some ways you can make it better.

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  • Finance it Yourself This might sound strange in these days of startups being valued at millions and billions of dollars, but trust us, most of them were probably self-financed when they are just starting out. Some common means of financing the deal are savings, cashing in on bonds and taking out loans on fixed properties like a house or land. Do weigh the risks against the potential benefits before you do this though.
    Ask for Friends and Family Money When you have exhausted your personal resources, it is time to ask your friends and families. They are the ones closest to you and they have only good intentions about you and your venture. They know you and your background and trust you. Do not be afraid to ask out of fear or shame.
    Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Finance it Yourself This might sound strange in these days of startups being valued at millions and billions of dollars, but trust us, most of them were probably self-financed when they are just starting out. Some common means of financing the deal are savings, cashing in on bonds and taking out loans on fixed properties like a house or land. Do weigh the risks against the potential benefits before you do this though.
    Ask for Friends and Family Money When you have exhausted your personal resources, it is time to ask your friends and families. They are the ones closest to you and they have only good intentions about you and your venture. They know you and your background and trust you. Do not be afraid to ask out of fear or shame.
    Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Ask for Friends and Family Money When you have exhausted your personal resources, it is time to ask your friends and families. They are the ones closest to you and they have only good intentions about you and your venture. They know you and your background and trust you. Do not be afraid to ask out of fear or shame.
    Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Ask for Friends and Family Money When you have exhausted your personal resources, it is time to ask your friends and families. They are the ones closest to you and they have only good intentions about you and your venture. They know you and your background and trust you. Do not be afraid to ask out of fear or shame.
    Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Crowdfunding Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity.
    Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Join Incubators Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit.
    Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Apply for a Loan Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer.
    Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Find Angel Investors Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need.
    Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Find Venture Capitalists Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some.
    Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Prepare Your Presentation Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. Airbnb is a billion dollar success story today, but it did not start out that way; check out their pitch here. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible.
  • Get funded! Here are 8 ways how to

    1. 1. Get Funded! Here are 8 Ways How
    2. 2. Finance it Yourself 2
    3. 3. Some common means of financing the deal are savings, cashing in on bonds and taking out loans on fixed properties like a house or land. Do weigh the risks against the potential benefits before you do this though. Finance it Yourself 3
    4. 4. Ask for Friends and Family Money 4
    5. 5. When you have exhausted your personal resources, it is time to ask your friends and families. They are the ones closest to you and they have only good intentions about you and your venture. They know you and your background and trust you. Do not be afraid to ask out of fear or shame. Ask for Friends and Family Money 5
    6. 6. Crowd funding 6
    7. 7. Pebble, the smartwatch company, and the Tesla Museum Project at Wardenclyffe are great examples of successful crowd-funding campaigns. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo are great avenues to raise funding from people in exchange of products instead of equity. Crowd funding 7
    8. 8. Join Incubators 8
    9. 9. Incubators are organizations which provide resources like offices and funding for early stage startups in exchange for a small amount of equity. Incubators are mostly associated with educational institutes and large companies whose goal is to spur innovation and not make profit. Join Incubators 9
    10. 10. Apply for a Loan 10
    11. 11. Most banks offer government subsidized loans for small and medium business enterprises that you might qualify for. Also ask for any low interest business loans or personal loans they might offer. Apply for a Loan 11
    12. 12. Find Angel Investors 12
    13. 13. Angel investors are wealthy people looking for investment opportunities in up and coming companies. They can offer significant financial backing at the cost of a huge stake in your company, ranging from 10 to 50 percent. However, angel investors are often experienced individuals who can offer valuable guidance that a budding startup might need. Find Angel Investors 13
    14. 14. Find Venture Capitalists 14
    15. 15. Venture capitalists are professionals who make their money by investing in high-risk high gain early stage startups. Venture capitalists receive a huge number of applications for funding, so they typically are not a good place to start looking for funding. However, if you do get selected, you can potentially get access to all the financial resources you think you need and then some. Find Venture Capitalists 15
    16. 16. Prepare Your Presentation 16
    17. 17. Your pitch for funding can make all the difference between a successful round of funding or going home dejected. You typically get less than 90 seconds to make a lasting impression on the investors and you must pique their interest in that time frame. It is critical that your pitch be as perfect as humanly possible. Prepare Your Presentation 17
    18. 18. As a professional presentation design studio, our aim is to create inspiring presentation visual stories SlidesLab.com From our offices in Montreal and London we service clients internationally transforming your ideas into powerful presentation. Our in-house consultants work from existing content or from scratch to deliver high quality presentations that will astonish your audience.

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