Here’s how this founder convinced Silicon Valley heavyweights Paul Graham and Peter Thiel to invest $5.8 million in his startup — without using a pitch deck
|06/16/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- On Tuesday, Dubai-based Tenderd announced it raised $5.8 million in seed funding from some of the biggest names in tech investing, including Y Combinator cofounder Paul Graham and Founders Fund founder Peter Thiel.
- Tenderd, a heavy equipment rental company, is only the second Middle Eastern or North African company to be accepted to Y Combinator’s startup accelerator program.
- Tenderd founder Arjun Mohan told Business Insider how he landed some of Silicon Valley’s biggest investors without a pitch deck.
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