There are several important documents you'll want to have ready when you meet with potential investors. Your mission statement. Your founding team's resume and responsibilities. A business plan.
While non-disclosure agreements are designed to protect your ideas, asking potential investors to sign an NDA is generally seen as unnecessary and unwise. Most VCs point to the following reasons for avoiding NDAs:
1. Trust. Potential investors are not your competition, and asking them to sign an NDA is often interpreted as a sign you don't trust them. As professional integrity is important to VCs, requiring an NDA is generally seen as a violation of business etiquette.
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Author: Audrey Watters