Welcome to the 21st podcast of the Ask Alex show! Today the question is “How do I get introductions to investors?”
In this podcast, we answer a something every founder of a startup is wondering on their path to getting funded. This is the longest podcast to date and we deal with:
- Do I need introductions to investors?
- Aren’t there exceptions?
- Never to use website application forms
- VCs want investible deals not dealflow
- What’s the real reason I need introductions to investors?
- Who are the best people to get introductions from?
- Does it always matter how close the relationship is to get an introduction?
- How borrowed credibility is how introductions to investors work
- What determines a good relationship with investors?
- Why you shouldn’t accept any offer to make an introduction!
- What are the sources of introductions to investors?
- Is one introduction to an investor enough?
- How do I find people to make an introduction?
- How do I ask for the introductions to the investor? The full process in detail
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