Legal process of raising investment
You have a great idea, a strong team, excellent product-market fit, and all you need is an investment to develop your idea further and eventually scale your startup.
Before you start approaching investors, there are certain things to keep in mind.
An investor is unlikely to invest in you on a hunch and is more likely to be expecting a detailed explanation about your business.
Civitta, the Coordinator of TETRA, has put together an information package with references to the main steps to be taken and relevant documentation needed to raise your first private investment from an angel investor or a venture capital fund.
Here you will find:
- A step-by-step process of raising your first investment
- Documents needed for successfully securing your first investment
Note that it is always essential that legal advice is sought to get things right from the start.