For the better part of a decade, I’ve helped navigate over $50 million in early-stage pre-public and public financings. I have seen this capital fuel dreams and ignite the teams that endeavor to build incredible things.
This passion has taken me from the streets of Mumbai to the boardrooms of New York. No matter where I went, I recognized that those who delivered a consistent and compelling investor narrative stood out from the crowds. That is worth repeating… those who delivered a consistent and compelling investor narrative stood out from the crowds.
I’ve experienced the fulfillment (and relief) of closing successful financings and the excitement of watching the value of a company rise on the market. I’ve also experienced the stress, sleepless nights and enduring pain of losing a company because we weren’t able to raise sufficient capital. CEO’s with remarkable teams and good intentions should never have to live through this stress.
From my experience, here is what I believe…
- You need to clarify your message so investors will listen
- That a confused mind always says no, and
- Education before solicitation builds trust.
Now let’s talk about you. Whether you lead a public company or are about to list, you need to deliver a message that serves you best and doesn’t take you away from running your company. I’d like to help you with that.
Reach out anytime.
Clarify your message.
What does 1% mean to you?
Your message, materials, and approach have a material impact on the outcome of your investor engagements.
1% can mean millions of dollars in lost or won value.
Let’s connect to see how you can put it in your