Try These 5 Hidden Tactics to Indirectly Catch a VC's Attention + Fundraising Fieldnotes - 8.27.21
Jedi Mind Trick type sh7t!
Hey - it’s Jason Yeh 🕺🏻
This is my Friday recap of thoughts I’ve had while helping founders solve their fundraising challenges this past week (8.27.21)
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You gotta try these 5 tactics to indirectly catch a VCs attention
Connecting with VCs, especially for founders who don’t have deep tech networks, can be extremely frustrating. If you’ve felt totally defeated because cold e-mailing, LinkedIn connecting, social media commenting, and IRL startup event stalking (yes they’re back), and other very direct tactics haven’t been working — don’t worry. The odds are stacked against you from the start when VCs receive hundreds of outreaches every day. It’s even harder when you don’t know some of the inner workings of investor psychology.
If you’re floundering for VC funding, searching in all the wrong places, or think you’ve extinguished all possibilities…Here are 5 hidden tactics to indirectly get investors interested in your startup + some of the underlying psychology.
But first...understanding the mindset of a VC
It’s valuable to take a step back and think about some of the psychology that affects what turns investors on and off and how they’re looking for deals. (continue reading…)
On to the Fieldnotes for 8.27.21…
Yes. This. Learning the psychology is so helpful
Sort of related to👆. Watch and hear how he reacts to decks. It might help you understand the mindset
Till next week. Stay adamant and be chased.
p.s. have not tried yet, but feels like a fun bored activity…
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