Finding an Angel Investor in a Day: Get It Done Right, Get It Done Fast!


This step-by-step guide takes the mystery out of raising money and provides entrepreneurs a clear but comprehensive understanding of angel financing, including:
• Complete sample term sheet included and explained
• The valuation process ...

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This step-by-step guide takes the mystery out of raising money and provides entrepreneurs a clear but comprehensive understanding of angel financing, including:
• Complete sample term sheet included and explained
• The valuation process and getting the best valuation for your company
• Preparing your business for the angel investment process
• Finding and convincing an angel investor
• 12 key presentation slides to pitch to investors
• Equity ownership calculation worksheets
• Questions investors will ask and red flags for investors
• Staging investment round to maximize your equity ownership
• Understanding investors expected ROI (return on investment)
• Glossary of key financing terms
• Worksheets, Charts and Checklists throughout
• Negotiating the best deal KinkoTs founder and active angel investor, Paul Orfalea, shares real world advice in the foreword to this guide. Finding an Angel Investor In A Day will help entrepreneurs understand what it takes to get a business funded!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780974080185
  • Publisher: Planning Shop, The
  • Publication date: 3/25/2007
  • Series: In a Day Series
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 399,662
  • Product dimensions: 7.59 (w) x 9.05 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

The Planning Shop specializes in creating business resources for entrepreneurs. Our books and products are based on years of real-world experience and they share the secrets and strategies of entrepreneurs, CEOs, investors, and lenders. The Planning Shop's books have been used to launch, run, and grow successful businesses in every industry.

Joseph R. Bell is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has an MBA in Finance from Michigan State University and a Law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Joe managed the Rutt Bridges Venture Capital Fund and was COO for the Colorado-based CTEK Angels, which provides entrepreneurs with expertise, resources, and capital sources.

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Table of Contents

Step 1: What an Angel Investor Will Do for You Step 2: How to Find an Angel Investor Step 3: Make Yourself a Good Catch Step 4: The Pitch Step 5: Valuation Step 6: The Term Sheet Step 7: Due Diligence Step 8: After the Deal Troubleshooting

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