If you have a startup and you’re looking to raise money with accredited angel investors, continue below to read the process.
While the Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs network is interested in supporting a strong founding team, we like finding a diamond in the rough. Entrepreneurs should arm themselves with data, be open to feedback, and should have a team with a complementary skillset. Our objective is to find startups with the potential of generating venture-scale returns. Their industries should have high barriers to entry or entrepreneurs must have a plan to ensure their company’s defensibility. Finally, we have a preference for companies that meet the following criteria:
Startups interested in securing funding from the SA&E network must submit the form below with their most recent pitch decks. Our deal flow team will review the deck and put together a summary for the SA&E network. If members exhibit interest in the company then:
Disclaimer: SAE India aims to provide a forum for interesting early stage companies at a fundraising stage to present. However SAE India is not a fund, does not do crowd sourced fundraising, nor does it provide investment advice or recommendations. Any due diligence, negotiation or investment activity conducted by members or officers of SAE India is conducted solely as an individual of their own accord as an accredited investor, not as an officer or representative of Stanford University, or Stanford Alumni Association. Stanford University and Stanford Alumni Association are not in any way endorsing or assessing the companies or entrepreneurs who present at SAE India nor are they involved in SAE India members or officers’ individual investment decisions regarding these companies.