Do I need more than a Fundable profile in order to start raising capital?
Modified on: Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 2:07 PM
Creating a Fundable profile is a great place to start, but investors may request more information before deciding to make an investment. When going through due diligence, investors typically review operating agreements or corporate by-laws, financial statements, customer and supplier agreements, patent applications, etc. If they like what they see, you’ll eventually need to draft transactional documents such as stock purchase agreements or promissory notes.
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