It may be worth the $150 bucks but my guess is that you can also find angels and VCs through:
1) This entrepreneurial network, especially if you have a concept and want recommendations to Angels and VCs or
2) Advisor Garage which is free and also has Angels and VCs looking to invest (http://www.AdvisorGarage.com)
I have a start-up and I paid to be a member of GBN. No takers yet. I think it is probably worth while. Fundraising is HARD. You need to leverage all the tools you possibly can. You definitely should search for angel investor groups in your area and try to pitch to their membership. I don`t think that the investors that say "hey I got money, come find me" on GBN are legit. But there may be investors that come looking for you there.
- Dylan Peterson, CEO, Charter Bus America
I agree. I think it`s best to seek out all sources and $150 is a small price to pay if it helps in getting you off the ground.
Is this for that big real estate development deal you are working on?
Prosper can be an avenue for relatively small loans. If one needs larger amounts of business capital there are better options.
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