||Hi, I am Brian R. Rayve, a former product development manager, patent attorney, and owner of the Invention Patenting Group.
I founded this website especially to help inventors like you protect and profit from your inventions.
I have talked to many independent inventors and other entrepreneurs who are trying to start a new business based on their invention or new product idea. What is their biggest problem… take a wild guess… lack of funding to make their business dreams come true!
Well, I have done all of the footwork up-front to write this audio CD and corresponding fill-in workbook that explains how you can get seed money to start your new business.
After listening to this CD, you will know the following:
1. How to find private investors:
- the 12 critical things you need to consider before you even start looking for investors;
- the 6 types of private investors based on their personal motivations and goals;
- how to decide which type of private investor best suits your own business goals;
- 27 places to find private investors to approach with your business proposal; and
- 5 investor websites where you can advertise your business proposal.
Includes audio CD and
2. How to write a persuasive business proposal:
- make your single-sheet-of-paper business plan;
- make your single-sheet-of-paper marketing plan;
- crunching the numbers in a realistic manner;
- determining what government regulations may apply to your new business; and
- putting it all together into an easy-to-read format.
3. Making initial contact with potential investors:
- the 5 ways to initially approach potential investors;
- deciding on the best approaches for your type of investor;
- do your “investor homework” upfront so as not to blow the deal;
- making initial contact… what to say… the do’s and don’ts;
- initial contact follow-up… when and how.
4. Presenting your business proposal:
- how to determine when and where to make your presentation;
- what to bring to your presentation;
- setting up for your presentation;
- the presentation… what to say… the do’s and don’ts; and
- closing the presentation and what to leave with the potential investor.
5. Negotiating business ownership and management:
- basics of effective negotiations;
- 8 critical items you must to negotiate up-front and knowing where to “draw the line”;
- how to terminate negotiations yet “leave the door open” if negotiations go badly;
- what to do if multiple investors are involved; and
- how to properly document your negotiated deal.
6. Post-deal matters:
- how to get your money – lump sum versus installments;
- starting your business – spending the money and documenting the expenditures;
- repaying your investors;
- what to do if the money runs out too soon; and
- modifying your agreement if necessary;
7. Government assistance:
- the 3 main sources of government assistance to entrepreneurs;
- why a government program may be best for your new business;
- determining which government program is best for starting your new business;
- preparing for your government application to have the best chance of being approved; and
- post-approval compliance.
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