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What software do you use to create and send updates to startup investors?

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patrickutz's avatar
a year ago

We use Paperstreet.vc!

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@maguay (replying to @patrickutz )
a year ago

Nice, what's your favorite thing about Paperstreet so far?

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@patrickutz (replying to @maguay )
a year ago

I love the UI and it structures updates in predefined blocks that you can modify (e.g. a block for Monthly Burn, Achievements, Asks, etc...). I also like how it has a clean yet simple CRM simple that let's you group contacts and easily send out updates to the right people (without the overkill bloat of email marketing software like HubSpot). Simple, clean, and to the point.

2 points
barrald's avatar
a year ago

Just my normal email client! I draft them in Notion and then copy-paste over.

I know Carta has a feature for this but I have never really seen the utility in it beyond just... writing an email.

2 points
kosta's avatar
a year ago

Hey Jon,

I just launched a tool for this called Kalipr: https://www.kalipr.io/

Alternatives are PaperStreet, Visible.VC, Invesotry and a few others. Happy to help if you want to chat :)

2 points
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@maguay (replying to @kosta )
a year ago

Thanks for sharing! What's the most unique feature you've built into Kalipr to help with sending investor updates?

1 point
MikePreuss's avatar
a year ago

Our company name (visible.vc) came up in an alert and just found out about Capiche.

I'm Mike, the founder & Ceo of Visible.vc. Happy to answer any questions!

Thanks,

Mike

2 points
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@maguay (replying to @MikePreuss )
a year ago

Welcome to the community!

What led you to build Visible.vc, and what's your favorite thing about it for simplifying sending investor updates?

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@MikePreuss (replying to @maguay )
a year ago

We built it as an internal tool at a venture fund I was part of and spun it out as a profibale bootstrapped business.

My favorite part are the integrations we offer to automate. e.g. you can connect to Stripe or QuickBooks to pull data automatically and it makes it look beautiful.

2 points
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@maguay (replying to @MikePreuss )
a year ago

That's awesome, love hearing of internal tools getting turned into a real product.

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