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Why Vision Masters Need to Master CPR – On the Fast Track to Funding #1

By Robert Steven Kramarz / June 1, 2017

Why Vision Masters Need to Master CPR On the Fast Track to Funding #1 In my previous post, The Tale of Two Endings – The Power of a Promise Fulfilled, I discussed the power of making and keeping promises to generate investor trust. But there’s something equally important in the realm of having effective meetings – […]

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Deepening trust - Are you fundable #8

How to Deepen Trust – The Power of Promises – Are You Fundable #8

By Robert Steven Kramarz / May 16, 2017

How to Deepen Trust – The Power of Promises Are You Fundable #8 The question of how to establish trust was front and center in my post of two weeks ago. In my last post, we explored how to evoke trust once it is established to some level. In this post, I want to share a […]

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Evoking Investor Trust – Are You Fundable #7

By Robert Steven Kramarz / May 11, 2017

Evoking Investor Trust – Are You Fundable #7 In my last post in this series, I took you through some specific processes you can use to reveal your flaws in a way that actually builds investor trust and makes you a hero for being open, honest and coachable. We discussed that this is very important […]

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Trust: The Priceless Commodity – Are You Fundable #5

By Robert Steven Kramarz / April 24, 2017

Trust: The Priceless Commodity Are You Fundable #5 As an entrepreneur seeking funding, I wonder whether you’ve spent much time thinking about trust. I’m not really talking about trust based on competency – in other words, whether an investor feels you can run your business well. I’m talking about the kind of trust that is […]

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Are You Fundable – Get Heard by Investors

By Robert Steven Kramarz / April 18, 2017

Are You Fundable – Are you Being Heard by Investors? Our goal with Intelliversity’s “Are You Fundable” program is to see more innovations receive funding. Around 97% of new ideas and company growth plans are never funded.  This is unacceptable, as it’s not about the availability of money; it’s really about fear – investor fear.  Convert […]

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Are You Fundable #1: Does Gender Diversity Matter?

By Robert Steven Kramarz / March 17, 2017

Does Gender Diversity Matter? Are You Fundable #1 They lied. In case you weren’t aware of this, investors such as venture capitalists and angel investors say they invest in the team first and the product second.  They’re lying. The fact is, unless you already have a track record of winning for investors, most investors look […]

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Imagine – Winning Conversations with Investors

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 22, 2015

Imagine – Winning Conversations with Investors to fund your business. *See download link at the bottom People have difficulty asking for money. You shouldn’t. We don’t. We’re the academy for entrepreneurs led by investors. Our mission is empowering innovators that will change the world. Intellivesity has prepared a short eBook that equips you how to […]

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Winning Over Investors

Winning Over Investors

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 8, 2015

Winning Over Investors What it Takes to Break Through the Status Quo In this article we will discuss the realities of the current state of finding investors and present a solution to the status quo: – Imagine the Possibilities  – Disruptive Insight – The Reality – The Unsafe Status Quo – But Take Heart – […]

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Red Flags that Turn Off Venture and Angel Investors

By Robert Steven Kramarz / January 23, 2015

Red Flags that Turn Off Venture and Angel Investors This is the second installment of notes I took at the New York Venture Summit on a hot summer day in Manhattan, July 25, 2011. These notes came from the fourth panel entitled “What Should You Do to Get VC’s and Angel Investors to Say Yes?”. […]

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Shorten the Time to Angel and Venture Funding

14 Things That Shorten the Time to Angel and Venture Funding

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 20, 2014

14 Things That Shorten the Time to Angel and Venture Funding This post continues my notes from the New York Venture Summit on July 21, 2011 — in particular, the panel entitled “The Venture Roadmap: Making Sure You’re Headed in the Right Direction and Advice on how to effectively shorten your time to Angel and Venture funding.” […]

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