This tactic involves joining a club or organization where there are a lot of high-net-worth individuals, or the club itself could have an influence on attracting money for your lm. Maybe it’s a real estate investing club? Or perhaps it’s a car club for Porsche enthusiasts? Or perhaps it’s a self-improvement weekend for burnt-out CEOs looking to make a change? The opportunities are endless.
You need to be authentic and genuinely passionate about the cause to make this work. In conversations, tell people the reason you’re there. “I’m raising money to produce a film about _____.” When you speak about your lm project with total confidence, many HNIs will see it as an opportunity to get involved.
The goal is to find ways to meet and establish relationships with HNIs.
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