It is crucial that all information, including documents and data be arranged and protected when investing in startups. VDR for Investors is the answer. It lets entrepreneurs and other stakeholders to conduct their due diligence in a safe manner and with complete transparency.

It’s essential to think about the way your VDR should be organized especially when it’s an investor-specific VDR. In general, you’ll want to categorize documents based on the way they’ll be used by investors and other stakeholders in the investment process; so, your taxonomy shouldn’t simply reflect the way you prefer to organize your documents but also be suitable for them. It’s also a good idea for you to prioritize features like drag-and-drop uploads of files and preset permissions that are easy to alter.

It’s recommended to include information that does not require a confidentiality agreement (CDA). For instance office leases for small spaces and employee offer letters and personal correspondence shouldn’t usually be included in an investor VDR unless they play an important contribution to the company’s business model or potential growth. You should also not include any information protected by the attorney-client privilege. Sharing this type of sensitive information can lead to legal issues later on. A great way to avoid sharing confidential information is by leveraging the virtual data room’s document watermarking and viewing-only permissions features. You can monitor access metrics at a high scale and avoid unnecessary disclosures. Moreover, these features can help you establish confidence in your VDR for investors by stating that the data is private and can only be accessed by authorized users.

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