Connecting Founders with Investors

Matching entrepeneurs with strategic, early stage investment

The Start Up Funding Dilemma

The Entrepreneur’s
Dilemma

The reality of today’s technology market necessitates a reasonable amount of upfront capital to bring the initial product to market and prove the concept. Unfortunately, that cash can be hard to come by for entrepreneurs just starting out.

The Angel Investor’s
Dilemma

Seed and Angel investments by nature are risky and speculative due to numerous unknown factors. Coupled with a barrage of half thought out ideas and pitches, early stage investors have a difficult time consistently finding quality ideas and founders capable of executing their vision.

The Gantzer Solution

The Entrepreneur and Angel dilemmas are why we launched our early stage incubator. Our goal is to eliminate the cash barrier for entrepreneurs and allow a great idea to thrive while providing our Angel partners with a wide range of well thought out and vetted opportunities.

How It Works, Technology Matchmaking

1. Investment Criteria Development

We work with a wide range of angel and seed funds to solidify a criteria of factors that influence the types of companies they invest in. These criteria include markets, products, and most importantly, well thought out technical documentation and an execution strategy.

3. Tailored Concept Development

When we identify a capable team with a great idea, we work closely with them to develop that concept in a manner that increases their initial funding chances. Our focus is ensuring the concept is fully vetted, the pitch is solid, and the documentation and the plan of execution fits the criteria asked for by our investment partners. This process allows our entrepreneurs to think like their future investors and develop an idea that has a high likelihood of getting funded.

2. Finding Great Ideas and Capable Leadership

Candidates accepted into the incubator represent a collection of businesses that have a strong idea, capable leadership, and an opportunity worthy of an investment. Accepted applicants are founders and businesses our investors have pre-vetted as top tier funding “targets.”

 

4. Match and Pitch

The culmination of the Gantzer Incubator is an extended period of pitching interested investors. We put you in front of a series of prospective strategic partners who have expressed an initial interest in your product. The end goal is to raise the amount needed to execute your MVP.

How It Works, Technology Matchmaking

1. Investment Criteria Development

We work with a wide range of angel and seed funds to solidify a criteria of factors that influence the types of companies they invest in. These criteria include markets, products, and most importantly, well thought out technical documentation and an execution strategy.

2. Finding Great Ideas and Capable Leadership

Candidates accepted into the incubator represent a collection of businesses that have a strong idea, capable leadership, and an opportunity worthy of an investment. Accepted applicants are founders and businesses our investors have pre-vetted as top tier funding “targets.”

 

3. Tailored Concept Development

When we identify a capable team with a great idea, we work closely with them to develop that concept in a manner that increases their initial funding chances. Our focus is ensuring the concept is fully vetted, the pitch is solid, and the documentation and the plan of execution fits the criteria asked for by our investment partners. This process allows our entrepreneurs to think like their future investors and develop an idea that has a high likelihood of getting funded.

4. Match and Pitch

The culmination of the Gantzer Incubator is an extended period of pitching interested investors. We put you in front of a series of prospective strategic partners who have expressed an initial interest in your product. The end goal is to raise the amount needed to execute your MVP.