Built by serial entrepreneurs, investors & venture capital experts, the Prepare 4 VC Oasis is a living, breathing ecosystem - a circular economy of value created to help early stage entrepreneurs navigate the most difficult period of their startup lifecycle.
The Prepare 4 VC Oasis is the sum of all its parts, including a virtual Accelerator Program, a multitude of global conferences, live networking & pitch events, access to growth tools in personal wellness + professional skill development, critical business resource tools and communication pathways directly to investors, advisors, coaches, mentors and peers across a global stage.
Prepare 4 VC helps early early stage founders connect with the right people, at the right place at the right time to grow and scale their venture. We started with a simple goal of boosting the 98.5% of startups that are currently left out of VC financing and the 9/10 startups that fail to help you build a successful venture.
Whether your firm is already earning revenue or is just starting out, it is never too early to start thinking about funding. The pitch deck, financial valuation, executive summary, business plan, and investor pitch need to be perfect before you present your company to investors. Prepare 4 VC is here to help.read more about us
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