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What are the best places to find investors?

I don't have a huge network of investors and it looks like I may need to look for third degree connections in order to get funded. Are there any specific places online and offline that I should look into in order to expand my network and build the relationships with the folks that would ultimately fund my business?

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Rod Abbamonte
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First of all you need to invest in your network and research diferentes skill of investors and contact them. Look for your way.
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Conventions in similar fields/disciplines related to your venture where Funding is a Topic or Round Table.

Attorney's and Accounting Firms-especially those related to IPO's.

Bankers or Money Managers in some institutions especially those who manage qualified Investors.

VC's and Investment Banks who convene symposia-sometimes you can learn of these through their websites.

VC's with funds under $1 Billion (or less).or those who are Private Independent

Crowdfunding, Angel List

Authors of Blog's, Articles etc (especially those in renown or refereed journals, sites). Tangential but related industry leaders





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One of the best ways to find investors is to have a business that is worth investing in. What kind of investment are you looking for? That will determine what kind of investor you are looking for (not all investors are the same) Is your business ready for investment? What will you do to get/keep it "investment grade"?
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