The 4 Best Tech Tools to Use for Investor Meetings
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Investor meetings can be stressful and time-intensive, especially when you’re trying to spend most of your time building your business. Still, they’re critical to your raise, so you have to carve out the time for them. With these time-saving, easy-to-use tech tools, you can make the whole process more productive and seamless.
Track your meetings and get briefings on the people you’re meeting with Charlie App. One of the key elements in delivering an effective pitch is to know who your audience is, and Charlie does that for you, saving you time and putting together information you can reference before, after, and during your meeting. You can even use their new feature, “The Skim,” which provides news stories on the investor(s) and their groups.
With Trello, you can organize all of your important investor documents into boards you can see in one place and manage the status of your discussions with each investor. You can also track your to-do’s for the meeting beforehand, review relevant messages, and keep notes on who you’re meeting.
If you have to hold your meeting remotely, make sure the experience is seamless. UberConference lets you set up your calls without having to give out or use any annoying pins. It’s also got slide-sharing features and can be accessed via phone, tablet, or computer.
If you’re driving into a meeting, don’t stress about where to find parking, or worse, end up late because you couldn’t find a spot. With ParkWhiz, you can find and reserve a spot in advance, saving yourself the time and the stress.
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