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How to approach fundraising from Corporate VCs

·1-min read

Global CVC funding hit an all-time high of $73B in 2020. Corporations are increasingly investing in the startup community and can be a valuable resource beyond capital. But not all corporate VCs are the same. Understanding a corporate investor’s strategy, mandate and processes can improve how startups successfully fundraise from corporate VCs. Intuit Ventures recently invested in Clearco, a $2B+ startup that is disrupting traditional VC with founder-friendly, equity-free capital. Join Shveta Mujumdar (VP of Corporate Development at Intuit), Andrew D’Souza (Co-founder and CEO at Clearco), and Michele Romanow (Co-founder and President at Clearco) to learn what corporate VCs are looking for in an investment and how to best position your company and showcase how you are solving your customers’ biggest problems.

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