Looking to raise money from angels, friends & family, or VC's? Not sure where to start? Look no further - with our Investor Portal we give you a landing page that you can point investors to that includes your pitch deck, data room (important documents), and the ability to SIGN the investment documents in one place.
We've put everything you need to raise money in one place. This will set you apart from other founders in making it easy and clear for potential investors.
When raising your first round or two of funding - it is 100% ok to come with your own documents! Avoid shady investor documents by using lawyer and VC-approved documents with FounderGrid.
Use our checklist to put together all of the documents that investors ask for when doing research on your company.
Don't waste time or money building our your cap table - by using our documents we automatically build out your cap table that shows who owns what. Founders, team members, and investors can always go back and get an up-to-date picture of what they own.
It often costs thousands of dollars and hours of work to get all your legal stuff in one place when investors ask for it. We start that work on day 1 by automatically storing your documents. Investor asking? Just send them a link - that's it.
Put your best foot forward - upload your pitchdeck, video, cap table and logo and create a beautiful world where investors can explore your company.
Often you get a "yes" but investors delay on signing (or fall out.) We combine the process of signing, paying, and showing up on the cap table to reduce investor fall-out.
Here's how to use the investor portal.
You still gotta pitch. Hold (a lot) of investor meetings in a short period of time. "Wow" them with your charm. You got this.
Send a custom (password protected) link to their Data Room / Investor portal so they can explore all of the relevant documents and ask you questions in their due diligence. Not sure how serious they are? Restrict their access to "poking around" until they convince you.
Once they're ready to sign, they just click "Sign" and sign your investor document. That goes to you to approve that they've wired your funds - then they pop up on the cap table. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.