“I have a business that is in need of fundraising, but I feel dizzy thinking about the interest in return. How do you sell an investment agreement that does not contain an interest-interest element? ”
In every type of investment agreement, always ask yourself, “What are the interests of the investor?” Then ask yourself again “How can my efforts facilitate these interests?”
Not all investors want interest. There are those who want shares and partnership position (involvement), tax avoidance (tax avoidance), sponsorship (ad hitching), and some even just want appreciation (appreciation or recognition) from the community involved in your business.
If everyone wanted interest, no one would want to shell out large sums of money to buy a luxury car or just donate their property. Identify these interests one by one and compile an investment agreement that accommodates each interest.