Have you considered attending or presenting to the 150+ investors who will be at the upcoming private equity conference at The Yale Club New York?
Hello, Eugenie Smith:
My name is Terry, and I am the associate at OnGreen.com. We're grateful that you joined the OnGreen community and plan to do everything we can to drive community advice, subject matter experts, professional support, and qualified investors your way.
But there's also more that you can do to increase your likelihood of being contacted by potential investors or partners. We've developed a good sense of what attracts attention based on site traffic patterns and feedback from angels and VCs.
Here's what I think would help your firm's posting:
1) Put more charts or figures showing performance outcome of your product if you got some, either from your previous experiment or theoretical hypothesis.
2) Describe more in detail about how you are going to spend the money within a time horizon. You would like to figure out a general budget.
3) Project an estimated cash flow of future revenue if you could. This is to show how successful your business would probably be, some financial criteria such as IRR,NPV should apply.
I hope you find these suggestions helpful. You obviously know your business best, so I'm just trying to help you position yourself well to our audience of investors and other green professionals.
If you would be interested, I would be happy to talk on the phone to give you more feedback -- and to hear your own feedback on the site. Please note that I'm not trying to sell or up-sell you on anything, as everything at OnGreen are currently free to entrepreneurs. My goal is to get you lots of action and eventually funding so that OnGreen can fulfill its mission of channeling smart money to the best green business ideas.