Fundraising is a journey; It is not a one-off activity. It is a lifelong journey for your startup right from concept right through an exit. In fact, a trade sale or an IPO is itself a fund-raising type exercise.

This journey can be often lonely, cumbersome as well as distracting for a Founder and existing investors. It doesn’t have to be that way.




Major considerations for fundraising are covered in our Capital Raising Strategy service page. Once we have a Capital Services Strategy, we can dive into specifics on various fundraising services through our esteemed and licensed partners. Just to summarize a few more considerations for you in the execution of your Capital Raising Strategy would be:


  • ​Do you need help in execution and focus on your business?
  • Are you open to fundraise in other more capital friendly markets?
  • What options are you willing to be open to apart from the standard routes?




​Our value proposition here is in the following areas:

  • Preparation & Polishing of your Pitch Documents (Including TOKEN SALES)
  • Opening up more options and increasing your Runway
  • Introduction to Licensed Partners
  • Execution and Program Management


​Often our role is to take a very neutral view and help you make decisions and sometimes that may mean being frank and honest with you about your valuations, expectations and timeframes and whether or not your fundraise will be successful.


​If you want to take advantage of our free consultation, please click below and schedule a 30 minute no obligation consultation with us.​

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