June 20, 2010
-- Angel Investors looking for disproportionate return on their investments in startup businesses are increasingly frustrated at not finding quality startup businesses to invest in. Most entrepreneurs are presenting deals that are very poorly presented with business models that overlook the business side.
According to interviews and discussions on the website startupgrowthexpert.com, investors feel it’s really hard to value and fund a business with almost no revenues. Besides, a business that has generated no revenue is a huge risk.
Vinil Ramdev an entrepreneur and startup consultant says “The biggest mistake entrepreneurs make is calling up an investor and asking for money without establishing a connection or getting a referral from a qualified source. They make a cold call and start pitching their proposal like a used car salesman. This usually doesn’t go too far, it makes the entrepreneur look like a fool.”
Financing and raising capital have been strong topics for discussion on Vinil Ramdev’s website startupgrowthexpert.com – a site that offers information on starting and growing a business.
Due to popular demand and to avoid making costly mistakes like these, Vinil Ramdev has written a book on raising capital from angel investors called “Insider Secrets To Raising Capital From Angel Investors.” This book has been written after extensive research from angel investors and entrepreneurs.
For more details about the book and to buy the book, click on the following link http://www.startupgrowthexpert.com/products-2/raising-cap...
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