"While a lot options exist online for entrepreneurs to raise money from both angel investors and venture capital, there is still a large funnel that is untapped that can give any startup the edge to attract investors. Especially if they are not located in the hub of Venture Capital like Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and other hotbeds", adds Mike Shuster, VP of 72 Equity which provides entrepreneurs with a set of tools to succeed in raising money.
"Whether its a pitchdeck, pitchbook, business plan, or private placement memorandum, entrepreneurs and start-ups need to realistically budget the costs of have these prepared so they have an upside for success in attracting and closing venture funding or angel investor rounds", adds Shuster.
With the recent Jobs Act allowing more flexibility for entrepreneurs to raise capital under Regulation D, Rule 506 as well as crowdfunding, a lot of entrepreneurs need to leverage the use of social media to gain investor leads.
But apart from an idea to generate investor leads from social media marketing, entrepreneurs really need to be prepared when presenting their capital raise goals.
"Further, its is much more cost effective for a startup to outsource social media marketing at the onset of a capital raising strategy pre-funding to create a funnel that will attract traction for a startup as well as equity".
The company has a package deal that includes a business plan, custom pitchdeck, and some social media consulting to generate investor leads to raise capital for startups and first time entrepreneurs.
For a free no-obligation consultation, 72 Equity can be contacted directly at 310-651-0799 or by filling out a quick needs analysis form at www.72equity.com to help you raise capital for your startup using both social media and business plans, PPM’S, pitchbooks, and pitchdecks.
The company also offers Seattle & Washington entrepreneurs strategic business consulting services that are beyond just a boiler room business plan company.
"When selecting a business plans company, make sure the people who are writing the plans have proven capital raising experience and business operations experience and know what angel investors, loans, and venture capitalists are looking for", adds Shuster.