Selling to Startups 101 : How to use fundraising data to close your next Startup deal

In this blog I will share insights as to how fundraising data can be used to fill your sales pipeline with Startup customers. If you are selling to Startups the first thing you want to know is whether they have a budget. 💳

It’s no secret that Prelo was the result of our failed attempt at selling a SaaS Solution to Startups. We struggled to find relevant data, like fundraising data and business contact details which eventually cost us. 

After our first Startup failed, I became obsessed with using data to carefully target the right Startups.

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🎙Founder Stories : How a non-tech founder built a fundraising tech platform with no-code!

It’s 7pm in London and Stephane Nasser just hopped on a zoom call to discuss the venture capital ecosystem and how his fundraising platform, OpenVC is opening doors for founders and accelerating their fundraising. With OpenVC, Steph has set out to advocate for founders by democratizing access to investors. 🎉

Stephane is the cofounder of OpenVC, what’s funny is that I’ve been promoting OpenVC for the past year. I’m very happy to say that we formed a partnership this year. 🚀

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Fundraising 101 : Startup funding stages, Pre-Seed to Series D Explained

I share a lot of information about Startups and funding 💰, so I figured it was time to write something that broke down startup funding stages means, how much is typically raised and what the investors tend to look for at each stage of funding.

I had a secondary reason, I want to help Prelo customers better understand our data so that their products and services can be better positioned to their ideal customers.

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