Looks like you've done a lot of good work - well done.
I contend that your first fundraising effort should be friends and family. The leads are warm so you can focus on your pitch -- developing it, honing it, practicing it -- and the process -- setting the cadence for meetings, follow-ups and closing.
Then a bit further down the road, you'll not only have something more tangible to sell to angel and seed investors (thanks to the funding you raised first), but you'll be more comfortable with what you have to do to pull those dollars through the door.
If you wish to discuss, send me a PM through Clarity for 15 free minutes.
Answered 5 years ago