Alejandro Cremades

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Who Is Alejandro Cremades?

He is a serial entrepreneur and the best-selling author of The Art of Startup Fundraising as well as Selling Your Startup. Vanity Fair, Entrepreneur Magazine, and GQ Magazine included him in the top 30 under 30 lists and TechCrunch featured Alejandro as one of the expats shaping NYC’s tech. He has been invited to the White House and US House of Representatives to consult on the fundraising landscape for entrepreneurs. He is also the host of the popular DealMakers podcast and has contributed over 300 articles on fundraising and M&A for Forbes.

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Thousands of companies around the world have used Alejandro’s guidance to raise millions!

Recent M&A Transactions

Acquired by Growve
Acquired by Rapid7
Acquired by Business Rockstars
Park Place
Acquired by Logiq

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Sanjay Shah is the founder and CEO of Vistex which is an enterprise software company, providing solutions to drive customer growth and partner relations. The company was bootstrapped to $250 million in revenue without outside investment. Recently the company raised $65 million from Accel-KKR.

In the dynamic world of entrepreneurship, few stories are as captivating as Renaud Laplanche's journey. From the picturesque streets of Paris to navigating the entrepreneurial waters in the South of France, Renaud's experiences have shaped him into a serial entrepreneur with a remarkable track record.

In the world of business, there are stories that transcend the ordinary, tales of resilience, innovation, and the audacity to challenge the status quo. Paul Prager and Nazar Khan have had an inspiring journey leading up to a highly lucrative partnership. This collaboration of two highly motivated and aspiring individuals resulted in the ideation of TeraWulf, a sustainable Bitcoin mining organization focused on developing extensive infrastructure. This company has the potential to transition to a zero-carbon future for the world.

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Previously Built One of the Largest Communities of Founders with Over 500,000 Founders Registered in 234 Countries

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Ready to start learning fundraising or M&A? Just follow the 4 steps

If you want to raise capital or get your company acquired read my blog

If you want to listen to stories of how super successful entrepreneurs did it and want to hear how they raised millions or how they sold their companies for billions.

If you want to arm yourself with the right type of training to know how to get out there and be successful at fundraising for your startup.

If you want to read Alejandro’s books around raising capital or selling your startup.


Raising capital from investors is an art and finding a good pitch deck template to guide you in the journey of putting together your materials is essential. Peter Thiel co-founded Paypal with Elon Musk and Max Levchin in 1998. They sold this company to eBay in a deal worth over $1B. He then founded several other ventures such as Palantir which has been included in the unicorn club (companies with over $1B in valuation).

Cabify has already raised over $400M in funding. Backing by notable institutional investors includes investments by Rakuten Capital and Seaya Ventures. Uber competitor Cabify is now one of the leading startups in Spain, with over 1,000 employees worldwide. This growth is largely thanks to the following pitch deck.

How do the different stages of startup fundraising work for entrepreneurs and their businesses? The big numbers thrown around in the media might make you think that one big fundraising campaign or two is enough finance your business idea for life. It doesn’t work like that. Startup funding in done through a series of stages of ‘rounds’.  Each round typically targets a different type of investor, for different amounts of capital. Investors will have differing expectations of entrepreneurs and their startups at each stage. While there are always exceptions, these round often come 12 to 18 months apart. 

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