Multeam assists companies with potential in their fundraising process by relying on new methods and tools:

– The Financing Roadmap: like a product roadmap, the financing roadmap allows to anticipate the financing needs and the future dilution.

– The PDR2S: the PDR2S method (Potential, Differentiation, Risks, Reassurances, Exit), designed by Multeam, is used to draw up the documents required to raise funds.

  • Enter the project in the decision-making environment for investors. The Multeam method: PDR2S (Potential , Risk Differentiation Reassurance, Outputs ).
  • Carry documentation that reflects this environment and highlights the strengths of the project : a collaborative and iterative method.
  • Prepare for interviews with investors.
  • A proper understanding of the ecosystem and the financing market.

preparatory phase

"Hands on"

Customized Funds


  • Select potential investors, adapted to the project and in particular the least visible. Crossing different criterias : level of advancement desired amount, industry, internal carrier...
  • Allow a first highlighted strengths.
  • Establishing a direct and personal contact with the funds and bring the project directly in the deal flow of funds.
  • Multeam presence of the talks with investors throughout the course.
  • Qualification of the information to file with the funds.
  • Between appointments, maintain direct contact and proximity to investors.
  • Manage the relationship of several investors to structure a round. Choosing the "right time" given the stage of development of each fund.



Structure the Deal


  • Multeam is first in line to negotiate closely with executives, investor input conditions. Multeam allows the entrepreneur to take a position with hindsight. In this negotiation phase, Multeam is a "facilitator" between the leaders and the funds and plays a vital role in the negotiations.
  • Multeam provides executives knowledge of financial techniques and experience of the practices of investment funds. Achieve " good" recovery but mostly a "good" deal in its entirety validated by counsel for the company.
  • The support continues until closing, including in coordination with counsel for the company that validates the LOI negotiated before it is signed by the leaders.
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