steps to raise capital

6 Steps to draw Investors attention to your Offering

We all know Investors are all really busy. On a weekly basis they received hundreds of business plans, investors pitch decks and investment requests. Some of them have staff trained to go through all the documentation while others will do it themselves. Either way, they know exactly what to look for and if they don’t see it quickly they will pass to the next one.


So how can you stand apart in their eyes?


  1. Provide well-structured material

Is extremely important to have well-structured material in a format that is easy to read and understand. All the relevant information that can influence a decision must be clear in both your investor pitch deck and your business plan.

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Learn how to create an Event on the Localvest Platform

If you are already on the Localvest platform and still don’t know how to create your event. You came to the right place! Our team prepared a short video to show you step-by-step on how to create a new event.


Here are some reasons why you should create an event:


  • invite prospective investors
  • present your offering
  • answer questions
  • interact with all your attendees
  • share with your network
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7 steps to your best presentation

Do you need help creating a good and professional presentation for your prospects?

The Localvest team is here to help you with a couple of tips:
  1. Keep it simple and to the point
  2. Choose the right font
  3. Limit transitions & builds (animation)
  4. Use high-quality graphics and appropriate charts
  5. Use color wisely
  6. Pay attention to the background contrast
  7. Use high-quality images
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Back To Basics – For Raising Capital



In a Covid-world, syndicators complain old methods no longer work.  They are looking for a new solution to make investors aware of their offering and be “top of mind.” Maybe to successfully raise capital we need to get back to the basics.  The previous era of free-flowing capital may have come to an end, but the same fundamentals have not.  Yes, you need to get a lot of eyeballs on your deal, but you need to get your deal in front of those same eyeballs many times.

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