We do
venture capital differently.

We raise capital as a team.

After all we only win if you win, right?

We raise capital as a team

Rules for the founder trade.

Raising capital it not a one time event for founder life, or founding teams. You may receive dozens of small to medium size investments from various angel investors [1], angel syndicates[2], pre-seed venture capital[3], seed venture capital[4], and series A onward venture capital[5] investors throughout your journey.

Depending on the investment stage[6], and your product roadmap[7], you’ll need to deliver a different pitch tailored to the outcome you want for every investor. The average entrepreneur may pitch 25 investors for every one who invests in them.

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Rally With Us

Many entrepreneurs are seeking product development. “I need a developer!” OR “I need a CTO!” Many founders wait until far later stages to consider the product value, product experience, and the business model to advance revenue for a scaling business. Yes, build matters – as well as the big picture. We consider all through as early as possible – idea-stage venture capital[8].

Our partners’ contribute to all three core disciplines: customer, product, and revenue[9]. We devote time and energy into crafting your message to accelerate your win ratio, turning pitches into dollars.

Why do most founders raise?

Why do most founders raise

Your first check matters.

The majority of investors hesitate to write the first check. They’re hesitant because X% of startups fail to build successful products that serve a committed market.

Often enough, entrepreneurs look to family or close friends and advisors for their first check. Don’t get us wrong, this can be a practical solution then building a small business. However, if you’re looking to build momentum and your aspirations are to see a public company in the future –if you’re think this has the opportunity to be a $100 million dollar idea one day– you'll need to think about the "type of money"[10] you’re raising. Institutional investment is optimal.

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Rally with Us

As a venture capital, we invest the first check into a founder’s idea. This means your investment isn't coming from an angel, or even an establish syndicate of multiple wealth parties, rather from am authority who will provide a convertible note by which you can continue to raise.

What's a convertible note?[11]

 

Founder’s should raise in phases.

  • You’ll need to plan on raising at the onset of your idea.
  • You’ll need to raise when you’re ready to build your MVP
  • You’ll need to raise when you want to higher a team or grow it
  • You’ll need to raise when you begin selling or expanding a sales strategy

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Rally with Us
  • As a team, we rally together to plan our when you’ll need funding.
  • We’ll help represent you and your interests in estimation and planning of a product MVP
  • We’ll fill in the gaps on expertise before your team is in place
  • We’ll begin outlining your sales strategy and position you with a process for selling before you can afford to higher a sales team

Why do 90% of venture-backed startups fail?

Why do 90% of venture-backed startups fail

The truth is, startups are as exciting to conceive as they are difficult to build.

RallyCry aims to solve many of the core struggles in present in startup take off.

RallyCry’s experience tells us...

42%

No Market Need

23%

Not the right team

21%

Learning curve to build

17%

No business model

14%

Poor product experience

13%

Lack of differentiated identity

8%

No revenue model

7%

No vision of post launch

The standard path to seed

  • 2 years or more to begin seed
  • Product before purpose
  • Chasing users for validation
  • Design after development
  • Revenue & sales after build

When we rally to seed together

When we rally to seed together
  • 1 year to starting seed
  • Product strategy directs product build
  • Sales strategy & market pre-build
  • Design, development & revenue in concert

RallyCry Glossary

RallyCry Glossary
  • Founder(s)

    Someone crazy enough to think their idea can solve a problem in the world and make money doing it.

  • Investor(s)

    Someone crazy enough to provide a founder with the funds and support to bring an idea in to existence.

  • Founder(s)

    Someone crazy enough to think their idea can solve a problem in the world and make money doing it.

  • Investor(s)

    Someone crazy enough to provide a founder with the funds and support to bring an idea in to existence.

  • Founder(s)

    Someone crazy enough to think their idea can solve a problem in the world and make money doing it.

  • Investor(s)

    Someone crazy enough to provide a founder with the funds and support to bring an idea in to existence.

  • Founder(s)

    Someone crazy enough to think their idea can solve a problem in the world and make money doing it.

  • Investor(s)

    Someone crazy enough to provide a founder with the funds and support to bring an idea in to existence.

  • Founder(s)

    Someone crazy enough to think their idea can solve a problem in the world and make money doing it.

  • Investor(s)

    Someone crazy enough to provide a founder with the funds and support to bring an idea in to existence.

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