Jeffrey Gabriel Featured on Forbes – “15 Ways To Find And Attract Investors Remotely”

A representative from Forbes asked me how what I would do to attract investors to Funny enough I have never raised money before, and for the record, was funded by some well known VCs as my MasterCard and Visa. The day may come that we do raise some money, but at the moment we seem well funded and are growing at a strong organic pace.

If or when I do hit the road and attempt to drum up investor money my suggestion would be to make a very short, to-the-point teaser deck. It would have a very easy to read and understand mission statement, explanation of the product, review of the industry, and basic plans/projections. I would then take it and send it off to a designer to really make it pop.

Our mission statement would be:  To help entities that understand the role of digital assets in the 21st century every step of the way, from company naming and brand protection to domain selling.

Here is the article along with fourteen other business people who give their ideas as well:


Jeffrey Gabriel

Jeffrey M. Gabriel is an expert domain brokerage and building sales teams. Jeffrey most recently co-founded, an industry-leading boutique brokerage that specializes in acquiring, selling, and appraising domains. Previously, Jeffrey was the Vice President of Sales at Uniregistry (recently purchased by Godaddy), one of the industry-leading domain marketplaces, domain registrar, and monetization platform on the net. In his seven years with Uniregistry, Jeffrey and his team quadrupled sales dollar volume, delivered the highest average sale price of any marketplace in the industry, and exponentially increased the number of closed transactions. This has been accomplished by constant education and refinement of the sales process. Formerly, Jeffrey was the President and Co-Founder of (purchased by BrandIt) and was also a Domain Broker at Sedo. Jeffrey has contributed to over 350 million dollars in completed transactions while in the industry. His most notable sales include The Guinness World Record-breaking sale of for $13,000,000 USD and the highest .Org sale ever, for $1,000,000 USD.