Get your startup idea funded!

On-demand pre-recorded webinar

Fundraising when you are just an idea stage is tough. Though there is one single ingredient - traction, that helps.

This is a recording of a webinar conducted during March/ April 2018

This webinar is not about raising funds when your startup is at a later stage. It is also not about giving you a complete guide to raising money or telling you how to make specific documents like the pitch decks. And it is also not about teaching you how to find investors, how to approach them and how to pitch to them.

This webinar is about raising funds when you do not have a product yet; giving you strategies that would increase your chances of getting investor's interest; learning about one single most important ingredient - traction, when you want to raise money for your startup idea and about getting insights on how to go about getting traction for your idea.


During this webinar training, you will learn

✔Giving you strategies that would increase your chances of getting investor's interest.
✔Learning about one single most important ingredient - traction, when you want to raise money for your startup idea.
✔Get insights on how to go about getting traction for your idea.
✔Learning how does traction help you in fundraising process?
✔Understanding why is it hard to raise money when you don’t have a product and knowing how to make it easier.


Intended Audience: Early stage startup founders, founders working on ideas, founders working on go-to-market, founders working on new product, business idea, fundraising

What's included

  • 1 Video Lesson

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

Shashank Rajurkar

Instructor

Presently, I am involved in entrepreneurship training, mentoring and startup consulting.

My prior work involved a stint in an early venture fund and launching and building two businesses.

My current focus area is - early stage starups, early traction, lean business model, value proposition, investors deck, business plan, product-market fit, minimum viable product (MVP), strategy, growth, lean business model validation process and more.

My core strength is about experimenting.

Many individuals and teams struggle to move from ideas to projects (or startups), at the right time. Sometimes ideas remain ideas for way too long. At other times they become projects (or startups) prematurely, without validation. Running experiments is the missing step. It’s a distinct unit or phase of work.

Running the right experiments is hard and this is where I bring in value.