How to prepare for due diligence

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In this (not exhaustive) article, we cover an explanation of this process, what warranties are and how they relate to the DD, how you can prepare a data room (even before you receive a term sheet), and how, once you have successfully completed one round of DD, you can use this data archive as a building block for future fundraises.

It is worth noting that DD is the term applied to the information-gathering exercise carried out by investors post the issuance of a term sheet, before the closing of a round. Any materials that you might share with investors prior to this stage are part of the initial discussions; some of these materials go into enough depth that they become part of the data room for the DD process.

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