Knowing When to Invest

Knowing When to Invest

July 9, 2021 by investor

So how do you know when to pull the trigger and invest in a startup?

After applying the investment thesis, check for the following:

– There’s a strong team with integrity, industry knowledge, and business experience.
– They have product validation and market validation – the product works and people will pay for it.
– They have the prospects for high growth and are demonstrating it at some level now.
– Their business is scalable.
– They are building a business that other companies will want to buy – eventually.
– The potential return is large, so the investor can reach a 44% IRR or better.

Finally, you can help the startup in some way such as finding other investors, providing domain knowledge, or making other meaningful connections for the startup.

 

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