Raising Money

If you’re raising money from investors, then the first thing you need to do is create your list of prospective investors.

Many entrepreneurs create their investors lists from scratch… but if you’ve done this before, you know that it can be a very time-consuming process.

You can save lots of time by using an investor database.

But which one should you use?

There are tons of different databases online. I’ve tested several of them, and they range a lot in price and quality. If you want to find a lot of investors quickly and easily, and for the lowest cost, I recommend FundingSavvy.

One of the best things about FundingSavvy is how you can search for investors based on these important factors:

• Industry
• Geographic location
• Stage of business
• Amount of funding offered

In addition, FundingSavvy allows you to send an email to investors with a click of a button, which can also save you a lot of time.

You have nothing to lose because FundingSavvy comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. That means if you’re not satisfied for any reason, you get your money back.

*God Speed*


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