Top 21 Questions You Should Ask & impress yourself Before meeting Angel investors

Top 21 Questions You Should Ask & impress yourself Before meeting Angel investors
Top 21 Questions You Should Ask & impress yourself Before meeting Angel investors

Going to take the first step towards your dream business to make an exclusive entry into the market by impressing investors.

Well! That’s like living a dream and enjoying every moment of it. However, as an investor, it is sometimes very difficult to get the motive of the product/idea that you are going to deliver.

Don’t worry if you haven’t think about it yet, or you’re feeling nervous .here is a list of questions that must be clear in your mind before an investor asks for it.

Are you ready?

  1. How did you calculate market potential?
  2. How do you determine industry sales and growth rate?
  3. What makes your business different or unique?
  4. Why would someone be “compelled” to purchase your product or service? What specific needs does it address?
  5. How do you know that your business has high growth potential?
  6. What is it about your management team that makes them uniquely capable of executing this business plan?
  7. What are the primary risks facing this opportunity?
  8. Who are your competitors?
  9. What gives your company a competitive advantage?
  10. Does the company have proprietary intellectual property in the form of patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc.?
  11. When will your company break even in terms of profitability and cash flow?
  12. How do you plan to acquire customers?
  13. How do you plan to keep customers?
  14. What drives customer satisfaction for this industry and the product? And, how do you know?
  15. Who is the end-user of the product or service offering?
  16. What alliances or partnerships have you entered (e.g. joint ventures, marketing alliances, licensing arrangements, selling/distribution agreements, channel partnerships, software agreements, etc.)?
  17. What is the anticipated lifecycle of your product or service offering?
  18. What are your current and upcoming plans for R&D investments?
  19. How do you plan to expand your Team?
  20. What are the probable exit scenarios?
  21. What is the planned “Use of Proceeds”?

Well! Quite a long list right? But, When you’re ready to get all the question-answer to yourself, it’s time to get into the market to get as many investors as you want.

All the very best !!!!

By Nitin Maru

Nitin is technical writer and computer enthusiasts, who specializes in writing about Computer applications , web design, and Programming and research . he is having masters degree in computer engineering ,specialized in robotics and Human-machine interaction. Nitin is working in IT Industry for 10+ years and helping people create awesome technological applications and generate more values for their businesses.

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