Raise Capital Networking

Raise Capital Networking

Prospectus.com has a wide network of investors and broker dealers that can serve entrepreneurs in their quest to raise capital. Many factors would determine the best suitable investors or investment groups to approach for assistance. From the type of business the issuer operates to the stage of growth and positioning, to the dollar amount that is required to grow, and many other factors would determine who a company approaches for funding.

Below is a list of funding sources in our network:

    • Accredited Investors
    • Angel Investors / Groups
    • Banks
    • Consortia
    • Corporations with Venture Arms
    • Crowd Funding
    • Economic Development Agencies
    • Experienced Investors
    • Family Wealth Managers
    • Friends, Family and Pools
    • Foreign Investors
    • Fund of Funds
    • Hedge Funds
    • Industry Associations
    • Investment Banks
    • Merchant Banks
    • Mezzanine Debt
    • Mutual Funds
    • Pension Funds
    • Private Investors
    • Private Markets
    • Private Placement
    • QIBs (Qualified Institutional Buyers)
    • SBIR
    • Sophisticated Investors
    • University Seed Funds
    • Venture Capital
    • 144A, Reg S, Reg A, Reg D

Startups versus later stage companies will utilize varying funding sources. For example, a company seeking to raise $500 million will most likely not approach family and friends (unless they are very wealthy), while a startup raising $100,000 will most likely not be able to procure funds from a hedge fund or private equity fund. Knowing the types of investors and groups to approach can save needed time. However, once a startup moves to the next level and needs additional funding to grow, the overall market of who they can approach expands.

In addition to local investors, there are also many funding sources outside of one’s country. While raising capital within one’s own country, a company must comply with local and federal laws, whether it’s a US or Canadian or UK company. But when raising capital outside of one’s country, complying with international norms is also mandated. Prior to accepting capital from overseas – or outside one’s country – it is always recommended that one ensure the issuer is complying with local law. This would also entail the prospectus or offering memorandum (PPM) be written for compliance purposes on the local and international level. This is quite important as structuring the first or second deal properly can ensure that the third deal is smoother, while the opposite can be corrosive to a company.


Prospectus.com does not sell securities of any kind and therefore does not take any compensation for securities sold. We do not help any company raise money or sell securities of any kind and therefore do not receive any payment. Capital networking is more of a courteous gesture than anything else, as Prospectus.com does not get paid, either upfront or on any back end, if a company is funded.

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