Become Funding Ready

Learn what it takes to raise capital for your startup. Understand how investors evaluate startups for investments.

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How FundEnable Assists You To Become Funding Ready!

Learn what it takes to raise funds

Complete FundEnable’s online course to know 8 attractive qualities of funded startups. Learn how investors evaluate startups before investing.

Prepare the funding matrix of your startup

Evaluate your startup’s funding readiness using FundEnable’s funding matrix. The funding matrix will help you identify gaps in your fundraising strategy.

Kickstart your funding process

Schedule a 1-on-1 meeting with FundEnable’s experts & chart out your fundraising plan. Identify relevant investors, get your business plan vetted, & more.

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Funding matrix template

Evaluate fund-readiness basis 8 factors

Funding matrix samples

Funding success of startups decoded

Interviews with VCs

VCs tell how they evaluate startups

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Fundraising is hard. But our experts make it simple. You can now connect with FundEnable experts and get 1-on-1 guidance on various aspects of raising capital. All our experts are experienced in investment banking or are experts such as CAs and lawyers who can help you overcome various challenges in fundraising.

FAQs

  • The probability is very low. While there are examples of founders raising money without proof of concept - consider them as outliers. Work towards customer validation. Most investors don't take founders with paper plans seriously. "Come back when you have traction" will be the common answer that you will hear from investors. 
  • VCs prefer asset-light businesses because they are more scalable. Besides this VCs invest money for customer acquisition, manpower, technology development, etc. - these are items on your Profit and Loss Statement. Assets such as land, factory, etc. are items on the Balance Sheet. Balance Sheet funding is typically done by banks. So as a general thumb rule - VCs fund P&Ls while Banks fund Balance Sheets. Try going to a bank and ask for money for Facebook advertising - you will not get it. Similarly, the chances of you getting money from a VC for a factory and land are low. 
  • If it was pre-2015 then possibly yes. Today, investors are focusing on immediate revenue and positive unit economics.