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From a startup’s perspective, due diligence is a tedious part of the fundraising process; it is not considered as fun as networking or as exciting as pitching. But due diligence is just as important – more important, you can even argue – because it could make or break the deal. But what is expected from startups during this part of the fundraising process? And how exactly do investors see and approach due diligence?
Dealmaker’s Spotlight: Clinton Libbey, Kumi Analytics
Clinton Libbey, co-founder and managing director of Kumi Analytics sat down with Datasite and shared some of his insights into how startups should prepare before reaching out to investors, as well as the unique way that Kumi Analytics is using its data room beyond the due diligence process with investors.
Dealmaker’s Spotlight: Carsome
Group CFO Juliet Zhu and Associate Director for Investor Relations Soon Kon Chun share how Datasite helped streamline Carsome's Series D fundraising campaign and made it easier for them to engage investors.
Dealmaker’s Spotlight: mx51
Victor Zheng, shares his story as CEO of mx51, a white-label payment technology provider. mx51 is the first Australian fintech company to develop a bank-grade, state-of-the-art, payment-as-a-service platform. Keeping pace with a very dynamic, technology-driven world, Victor talks about forging partnerships with global banks and acquirers while consciously spending quality time with his family.
When everything’s on the line, you want the best project management support and financial transaction technology out there.