The Vintro platform ("Vintro") is a business development tool that creates opportunities by making inaccessible people accessible. Vintro gives people the power to purchase attention from key global decision-makers and resource allocators.
In every Vintro interaction there are two parties:
- The user - The buyer pitching their opportunity.
- The leader - The decision-maker whose attention is sought.
This article explores some common scenarios Vintro is used in. On Vintro profiles, leaders openly display the capacities in which they are willing to help the users that are shown to them, including by way of investment, mentorship, purchasing & procurement, and referrals & introductions.
Users seeking investments:
Users: In this scenario, users are companies looking to forge relationships with investors.
Leaders: The most helpful leaders for this opportunity type vary depending on the circumstance but typically include senior members at Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Family Office groups. Angel investors and sector-specific executives and industry experts are also common. All leaders on Vintro are Accredited Investors and hope to be able to help users fulfill their needs.
Non-profits seeking donations:
Users: In this scenario, users are non-profits looking to forge relationships with donors.
Leaders: The most helpful leaders for this opportunity type are typically individuals that have made philanthropy and philanthropic organizations a cornerstone of their lives and are either large donors or senior executives of charities.
B2B solutions seeking purchases:
Users: In this scenario, users are company representatives (typically senior) seeking to forge relationships with executives and those with tangible decision-making power at large companies.
Leaders: The most helpful leaders for this opportunity type are typically current and former senior executives or those with current and former tangible decision-making power at Fortune Global 2000 companies or similarly sized private groups.
Users seeking distribution networks:
Users: In this scenario, users are company representatives (typically senior) seeking to forge relationships with those controlling distribution networks.
Leaders: The most helpful leader for this opportunity type are typically current and former executives and decision-makers at distribution firms and networks.
Users seeking mentorship:
Users: In this scenario, users are an entity seeking long-term expertise or guidance.
Leaders: Many leaders are world-class at what they do, and have a wealth of knowledge to impart. Retired executives, former founders, former politicians, and celebrities are typically sought after for this opportunity type. Some individuals may be prohibited from providing mentorship for entities in certain fields depending on the industry they are affiliated with.
Users seeking strategic advice:
Users: In this scenario, users are an entity seeking expertise or guidance on a special topic.
Leaders: Given the incredible experiences held by so many leaders, their expertise and insight into particular topics and decisions can often be groundbreaking. All leaders are commonly contacted for their expertise in their respective fields. Some individuals may be prohibited from providing mentorship for entities in certain fields depending on the industry they are affiliated with.
Talent seeking opportunities:
Users: In this scenario, users are talents or influencers seeking to be noticed, partner with, or collaborate with organizations, brands, and other entities.
Leaders: These leaders are often either successful creative talents themselves or those with decision making power at organizations or brands who collaborate with creative talent or other influencers.