The truth is fundraising for impact is difficult. In a world of countless business ventures and large competitive companies, it’s a real challenge for entrepreneurs to get noticed by investors, especially when investors perceive a trade-off between impact and return.
Yet the world needs impact ventures. From Chicago to Accra to Hyderabad, small businesses are applying creativity and innovation to contribute to the success of the global economy while addressing some of today’s biggest social and environmental challenges. And that’s why we’re here: to connect investors with impact ventures, wherever they might be.
So if you’re a green entrepreneur, add your company to The Ground_Up Project platform. You’ll get in front of the right investors and service providers. You’ll be able to leverage tools like the Value Compass to better understand how investor see your venture’s strengths and weaknesses. And you’ll gain access to matchmaking services and social media promotion.
To get started, watch our how-to video and follow these 3 simple steps:
Step 1 – Sign Up Free
Register as an entrepreneur to add your business or non-profit to the platform. With your new account, you’ll be able to search for investors and service providers while keeping track of impact ventures in your region or sector.
Step 2 – Add Company
Complete sections 1-3 of the “Add Company” form to add your impact venture to The Ground_Up Project platform. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get in front of hundreds of investors and service providers looking for impact ventures just like yours.
Step 3 – Complete Profile
Complete the remaining sections of the “Add Company” form to connect with investors more successfully. Remember: a more complete profile will provide you with a more accurate Value Compass score, which in turn, will help you better stand out from the crowd.
And that’s it! If you’re currently looking for funding or if you have any questions about our services, please drop us a note at email@example.com. We look forward to welcoming you among The Ground_Up Project’s green entrepreneurs.