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Finding an Investor That Matches Your Company’s Unique Needs

  • An investor is an important partner to have, but the relationship can sour if the fit is not a good one
  • Tips on how to choose an investor who is a good match for your company
  • Looking at the investment history, finding an investor with complementary skills, and more

Summary by Dirk Langeveld

Investors offer critical support to entrepreneurs, providing the funds necessary to get a company off the ground or expand its offerings. However, the relationship can quickly sour if the investor is not a good match.

Georgianna W. Oliver, CEO of the rental touring app Tour24, penned a recent article for Entrepreneur offering tips on how entrepreneurs can find the right investor for their company. Her advice includes:

  • Considering how the professionals you choose to assist your business can provide the expertise and networking connections that can assist with investment
  • Looking for investors who have funded companies or initiatives similar to your own, or who have connections to businesses that can assist you
  • Seeking out investors that can complement your own knowledge and skills
  • Finding investors who can be long-term partners

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