Portfolio Company Onboarding

Portfolio Company Onboarding

Most venture capitalists take pride in the companies they've invested in.

After all, these are the companies that have the potential to become the next big thing. So why not promote these companies on your website? How?

Create a dedicated page for each company, and include a brief summary, logo, contact information and any other relevant details.


Capture Your Portfolio Company Web Assets: Use this Quest to capture the main web assets for each of the portfolio companies your Venture Capitalist firm have invested in. Including Company Logo, product offering description and contact details (or anything else you’d like to capture).

Key benefits

✅ Upload Portfolio Company Logo

When someone visits your website, they should be able to immediately see which companies you've invested in. This builds trust and credibility, and will help the companies you've invested in to attract new customers and partners.

✅ Provide Description of Product Offering

This is a great way to show prospective clients the type of businesses your venture capitalist firm is interested in and attract new investments. Writing a great description can help you attract more investment opportunities.

✅ Add Contact Details

Adding the contact details of your portfolio companies on your website is a great way to introduce them to potential partners, customers, and investors. It also shows that you're proud of the businesses you've invested in & care about helping them grow.

Best Practices for VCs

✅ Make sure to list your newly onboarded portfolio companies on your website. Include a brief descriptions of each. This will help potential investors learn more about your investment strategy and what kinds of companies you're interested in.

✅ Be active on social media. Platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn offer great opportunities to share updates about your portfolio companies and connect with potential investors.

✅ Make sure to keep your website up-to-date with the latest news and announcements from your portfolio companies. This will help investors stay informed and interested in your work.