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Are you keeping updated your investors?

Last updated 8 years ago First published 12 March, 2016

The famous Dan Martell, a serial entrepreneur founder of several successful startups (such as, explained what he considers that it's right to maintain your startup investors informed. You should follow these advice to be known in the investor's world as a good CEO.

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  • How frequently do you send your investors an email update? After something good has happened (which may take months at first). Never (maybe in the annual meeting). Every 4-6 weeks.
  • Don't wait so long, keep your investors updated with
    numbers even if that great thing hasn't happened yet. You should keep them updated every 4-6 weeks.
  • Too bad!!! You should keep them updated every 4-6 weeks.
  • Well done! How do you send the email to them? Individually. Broadcast (CC, CCO, mailing list, etc.).
  • Not right! Send them individually,
    let them see you are grateful and specific to them.
  • Nice! Do you send them the numbers? No (while they are not great). Yes (even if they're not great).
  • You failed! Send them the numbers, and if they're not
    what you expected, explain them what you're doing to improve them.
  • Great! If it's a large email, do
    you start the email with bullet points? No. Yes I do (or not if it's too short).
  • Better tell him what you're going to cover in the email with some initial bullet points, and show later the different sections.
  • You're a pro! Do you begin explaining what has gone bad? Yes, if there has been something bad. No, if there is something bad I
    leve it for the bottom of the email.
  • Bad idea! The last thing that the investor will remember after reading your email are the things that have gone bad.
    Better explain them at the beginning and later tell what you're doing or what has gone right to leave him a good impression.
  • You're doing right! Do you
    include a Call-To-Action for the investor? No, he's an investor, I can't ask him for help. Yes, anything that I need. Yes, but based on his background.
  • Your investor is #1 person who wants you to succeed. Ask him for help (based on the investor's background).
  • Not very good, ask him for things you know he can help you. For example, if you
    want to be introduced to someone and he has him connected on LinkedIn, it will work.
  • You're a Master! One last thing, do you keep your team informed? No, I don't want to distract them. Yes, I want them to feel collaboration and transparency.
  • Come on! They need to know how it's going, if it's good news that will support them, and if it's bad news they will support you.
  • I'm impressed, you're really good on this, keep doing it this way!!!.