As a founder, you face a tougher fundraising market than anything we’ve seen in over a decade.
Investors are looking for the best of the best. That means a great business with an amazing founder and packaged in a way that shines above everyone else.
The problem is that it’s never been more confusing for founders trying to figure out what investors want.
Do you need a pitch deck? When should you share your data room? How do you get in contact with investors? What does a good fundraising process look like? Should you raise a priced round or on a SAFE? Should you focus on a lead first? How long does the process take?
These are all questions that founders face and the confusion means failure.
But here's the good news: There’s money out there. Deals are getting done. Rounds are being closed.
Investors want to back great founders. You just need to know how to make it happen. We want to make sure that you’re the founder who gets the funding and that Techcrunch article you deserve.
Over 2 days inside Angel Club, we will show you exactly what it takes to tell the right story, run the perfect process, and close your funding round fast.
It’s the same process, strategy, and tactics that have helped founders raise hundreds of millions of dollars.
Join Angel Gambino and Robbie Crabtree as they put on this special 2-day event exclusively for Angel Club Members!
Bootcamp consists of two 120-minute sessions starting at 9 a.m. Pacific on Nov 16-17.
Day 1: We will go over founder storytelling specifically for raising venture capital. This will be part teaching, part workshop, and an opportunity for questions throughout the 120-minute session. We will go over investor psychology and fundraising readiness. This session will show you what investors expect in a meeting with a founder, how they analyze potential deals, and what you can do to stand out from the crowd.
Day 2: We will go over the fundraising strategy to make sure you can run a smooth and efficient process. Look forward to topics including outreach strategy, how to think about angels versus institutional investors, and creating calendar density to speed up your fundraising.