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A virtual dataroom for startups is a powerful tool that allows buyers and investors get more information about the company’s operations during due diligence valuation, offers, and due diligence. The best VDR can speed up the entire process and eliminate the delays caused by a lack of clarity.

It is important to finish filling your startup’s dataroom as quickly as possible during the early stages. This will save time that you can utilize to pursue other opportunities. It is also important to include key sections which will make the experience for investors as smooth as possible. These key sections typically include:

Documents related to the Company Organization

This section includes the most crucial company documents including articles of organization, business certificates, tax information, and legal documents. Investors must verify the authenticity of these documents and the startup’s status as a corporation prior to making a decision about investing.

Pitch Decks

Founders are encouraged to upload their pitch decks to their data room even though they will likely be revised several times before they arrive at the final pitch deck they will use when they meet investors. It’s also beneficial to include a short presentation video of the product, if you can.

Financial Information

This could include historical and projected financial statements, as well as the assumptions and sources guiding these projections. Investors want to know the startup’s financial condition to determine how to assist the company in attaining its goals.