The Verge has an article about how to get started with your first seed round, and there’s no shortage of advice on how to do so.
The best thing you can do is read through the article and figure out how you might be best suited to investing in the seed round.
In other words, do your homework.
You can read more about this strategy here, but for now, the short version is this: go find a VC who invests in VC startups.
You can read the entire article here.
And that’s what I did.
I did research.
I read up on what VCs are looking for and what to look for in a potential investor.
And that was it.
The best part is that there’s a lot more information out there for entrepreneurs, from the VCs themselves to people in the industry.
And the results are not only impressive, but also useful.
For starters, here’s a list of some of the top-ranked seed round seed companies:Bizmore:TheScore:Covid and Virtex have some of our favorite VCs and investors.
Here’s the link to the best VCs on LinkedIn.
Here are some other good links:Here’s a sample of some VCs I’ve met:Here are a couple of things I learned from my experience:When investing, you should look for three things: 1.
Potential investors are likely to have the same interests as you 2.
A VC company has a lot of good information 3.
There is a lot you can learn from them