How C2FO’s execs walked into a meeting with SoftBank with no pitchdeck, then landed $200 million within weeks
|08/25/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Despite its renown in the tech world, surprisingly little is known about how Japanese tech firm SoftBank actually goes about striking deals through its $100 billion Vision Fund.
- The Japanese conglomerate recently invested $200 million in C2FO, a marketplace which helps suppliers get paid early.
- But C2FO CEO Sandy Kemper never intended to raise that money and initially met with SoftBank for introductions to the investor’s portfolio of tech firms. He told Business Insider and he had walked into the first meeting with no pitchdeck and didn’t ask for any money.
- According to Kemper, it was SoftBank who first floated a raise and read more >>>