How to Raise Capital

Learn, How to Raise Capital for Your Business?

With an aim to ground off all your business ideas, our company, ANGLEPaisa, one of the pioneering and most trusted one offers a simple path for the early stage businessmen to raise equity funds from potential microinvestors  to raise substantial funding for startup business. Our company bridges the gap for the early startups where funding is one big bottleneck for the budding entrepreneurs. We provide the creative booming businessmen access to a potential pool of microinvestors throughout the country that seek to help the business idea attain grounds and propagate. We help raise capital for a business from independent microinvestors, family, and friends. In fact, we even engage the microinvestors and educate them about your business via explanation, Q&A, photos and videos and not just documents and wordy projections.

Eventually, the businesses gain benefit from this seamless crowdfunding platform at a nominal fee which our internal team charges. We encourage cracking deal with one or two authentic shareholders rather than potentially hundreds that are not legal. Apart from all these tasks, on your behalf, we also maintain engagement with the microinvestors and their network to harness their keenness in assisting your business startups via our post investment communication platform. So just draft a creative investment campaign and narrate your story, business idea, potential customers, and financial strategy and rest assured with our capable team. We raise funds for business online very easily.

AnglePaisa for Existing Businesses

ANGLEPaisa also acts as a one-stop-shop for existing businesses that are in need of funds and to which banks and other financial institutions are reluctant to offer credit for various reasons such as not so healthy balance sheets, uncertain business prospects etc. ANGLEPaisa comes to the rescue of such battered businesses by leasing a new life by showing the way of raising capital for small business.

In a growing and diverse economy like India, there are several firms that are not able to do well due to the lack of funds. Despite having the technical knowledge, machinery, marketing strategy, and skilled manpower certain business units are unable to perform at the expected level or perform at all due to a cash crunch. Such business startups with simmering ideas are always on the look-out of microinvestors who can infuse hard cash into the business and who can come to their rescue in such challenging times.

The microinvestors, in turn, are willing to invest in existing businesses as they see the following benefits as compared to investing in startups:

  • Investing in existing businesses offers an income at a fixed and assured rate while there is no guarantee of income while investing in startup businesses. This acts as a major pull for microinvestors who can contribute to equity crowdfunding but are unsure of avenues of investing. The fixed income which accrues to the microinvestors at an assured rate can be used by microinvestors to fund other business interests or for expansion while limiting their total outflow in the market. It also helps the microinvestors as the initial capital required in a business is also clearly defined and is not unlimited. The income generated out of the same money is used and there is no need of arranging fresh funds for investing in other businesses. For those who wish to make this investment for income generation, this model works fine as it guarantees fixed income every month irrespective of the success or failure of the business. Such model creates a win-win situation for both microinvestors and businesses as the businesses need funds at the time of absolute necessity and the microinvestors get a fixed source.
  • The risk is minimized for microinvestors by making investments in established businesses as the past trends of the business can be analyzed and be relied upon. On the other hand, while investing in startups, no past trends are available for study and the investments are made purely on instincts. Established businesses – after overcoming the fund crunch – are expected to be much better as they have already been in the business and are aware of the tricks of the trade. Once the problem of lack of funds is met, they are expected to drive the other segments of the business well drawing on the vast experience and market knowledge. The microinvestors, on the other hand, have a better sense of reassurance.