1. Pre-seed funding:
ü An idea validation & mentoring for early and pre-seed startups
ü Conducting and finalisation the business research needed
ü We help startups get small business grants and schemes based on the amount of funds the start-up needs
ü Build a funding plan
ü Building your pitching materials
2. Seed Funding: In this round, a start-up might be raising anything between 50 lacs to 1 Cr depending on the type of the start-up and how much has been invested in a previous round, and how much will be invested in future rounds.
ü Getting the startup matched with seed angels and micro VCs
ü Preparing for the pitching
ü Study your financial operating system and draft a plan of how much money you need and how to set clear KPIs to show that you are progressing in the right direction.
3. Series A Funding: In a series A round a startup might be raising between 1 Cr to 10 Cr depending on the industry of the startup and how much has been invested in a previous round and how much will be invested in future rounds.
ü Discussing the different funding scenarios
ü Getting matched with a wide and high-profile network of funding sources
ü Closing your Series A round successfully
We help them plan to raise money by dividing the amount that they need into multiple rounds of funding, thus increasing the likelihood of raising money and decreasing the amount of equity one has to giveaway at each round.
4. Series B Funding: The valuation of a series B startup usually ranges from 10 Cr to 50 Cr. A series B startup would have closed previous rounds (seed funding round and series A funding round) and accomplished several milestones and built enough traction.
ü Putting a fair valuation on your series B startup and planning for the round
ü Increasing investor responsiveness through friendly introductions
ü Connecting you with different funding options from our network
5. Working Growth Capital: This is a type of funding that allows companies to scale their business, expand their customer’s base and expand into new markets. It can come in the form of cash, loans, or equity investments from investors.
ü Raising growth capital for expanding and scaling your business
ü Building a fundraising strategy that aligns with your growth plan
ü There are four types of business growth capital: Convertible Debt, Private Equity, Angel Investment, Venture Capital