Certain startup funding stages have so many technicalities that raising capital is getting more arcane and complex, especially when all you have is an idea.
When embarking on a new venture, one of the first things you probably think of is getting enough equity and getting your idea off the ground. You might also want to bear the cost of marketing and advertising to attract early adopters. Additionally, you may require professional help or SaaS vendors to build an MVP or an early version of your product.All this expense and capital is not going to fall out of the sky when you know you don’t have those deep Silicon Valley personal connections. But what you don’t realize is that there is a large pool of pre-seed investors you probably never heard of.
That’s why we have drawn up this list to help you connect with pre-seed investors willing to bet on your SaaS business idea.