ResourcesA collection of great Tools and Resources that will help you get funding faster
A Search Tool to find the relevant investor for your company
Finding the right investor for your company is a hard task. Use the tools on this page to get help with finding that perfect investor for your company.
Startup Funding Canvas – How smart is your funding strategy?
On this website you find links to articles, books, blogs and tools that will help you to think through your long-term funding strategy using the Startup Funding Canvas.
The Ultimate Reading List for when you want to raise funding
Raising a round of funding for your company takes time, practice and hard work. Some of that hard work is done by DOING and some of it is done by READING. This list will help you on your way with the reading part.
A list of 50+ Dutch Super Angels
Super angels propel Startups into the stratosphere. Super Angels bring in years of their own experience, connections, and mentorship. Super
Download the Startup Funding Book (give away copy)
Written by famous Angel Investor Nicolaj Højer Nielsen and shared through NLfunding (Partnership). The Startup Funding Book is about building understanding and preparing entrepreneurs for pitching their project to investors.
How to make investors love your startup team
Paul Musters tell us how to design a pitch deck team slide like a professional.
50 questions an investor will ask you (coming soon)
It’s key to prepare when pitching your company to investors. Nailing the questions they ask will increase your chances of getting funded. Get your answers ready.
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All pitch events in the Netherlands
Many investors go to pitch events to source up and coming companies + Practice makes perfect.
Tell a great story (coming soon)
Why your company will be a thriving success.
How to own the stage (coming soon)
What to do and what not to do when all eyes are on you.
Standard termsheet template (coming soon)
Get your terms in check. Be a professional and enter an investor meeting well prepared.
How valuable is my company? (coming soon)
Get your valuation numbers right before you make a beginner’s mistake.