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For daily dish from investors, look no further than these 10 VCs on Twitter

March 15, 2013 5:05 pm by | 7 Comments

Twitter business

These days, you don’t have to score a meeting with an investor to find out his interests, his advice and what he thinks about the latest trend in the industry. Sometimes that’s as easy as clicking the “Follow” button on Twitter, where many investors have made themselves more accessible and transparent. In the interest of entrepreneurs and startups getting ready to raise that first round, I’ve tracked down some of the most active and interesting health and tech VCs I could find on Twitter. Feel free to share others I missed in the comments.

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Deanna Pogorelc

By Deanna Pogorelc MedCity News

Deanna Pogorelc is a Cleveland-based reporter who writes obsessively about life science startups across the country, looking to technology transfer offices, startup incubators and investment funds to see what’s next in healthcare. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University and previously covered business and education for a northeast Indiana newspaper.
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7 comments
INVESTyR
INVESTyR

Engaging investors on Twitter is so easy to do. Entrepreneurs have been brainwashed about making sure every document, business plan, financial model is perfect before they can ever reach out to an investor. WRONG! These days, it is never too early to open up a convo with an investor, even if it is just to discuss industry trends.  It takes a lot longer than you'd think to get funding and these relationships take time. Plan ahead by networking before you need the money. Want to learn more? Check out our FREE Udemy course on using Twitter to find investors http://www.udemy.com/school-of-raising-money-use-twitter-to-find-investors/

SPulim
SPulim

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