What makes a great startup pitch: Fundraising FAQs with Jennifer Vancini1 min read

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Jennifer Vancini, General Partner at Mighty Capital joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show to talk all things startup fundraising. Mighty Capital invests in ‘early growth’ companies, at Series A and Series B stages—that is, after companies have already achieved some level of product-market fit, and are looking to scale through a strategic capital raise.

Listen on to learn:

  • How you learn to be a VC
  • How Mighty Capital’s investment approach and process has been changed by the pandemic
  • What the best startups include in their pitches that grab a VC’s attention
  • And what advice Jennifer has for founders in terms of finding a good-fit investor

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