The Process of Pitching Investors
Preparing to pitch investors is all about getting your pitch materials in order. Most investor introductions follow a common sequence of events.
What are Investors Looking for?
By understanding each of the key areas that investors react to, you can be better prepared to position your deal to be more attractive.
Beyond the VC: 4 Places for Your Startup to Find Funding
If you’re a new startup and you need funding for your business, here are 4 places you can find funding outside of the traditional recommendations.
The Unspoken Rules of Startup Coffee Meetings
t’s important to follow this etiquette in order to improve your chances of your invitation getting accepted and to keep a good relationship going with the person you meet.
10 Reasons Why Taking VC Money Might Be a Bad Idea for Your Startup
10 entrepreneurs share their insight into the benefits of bootstrapping, rather than raising vc money, to grow your startup.
7 Tips to Become a More Efficient Startup Mentor
We’ve learned quite a bit about advising over the last five years and wanted to share our tips for being an efficient and effective mentor.
Pitching Hack: It’s Not What You Said, It’s How You Made Them Feel
The secret to connecting with people is to get them to see, and more importantly feel, what you do. Tips for pitching to investors.
How to Tell If You’re Ready to Hire an In-House Developer
Once you know what you need and what you can afford, you can make the decision to hire in-house and evaluate qualified developers.
How Fundraising Works
The fundraising process can be broken down into 3 steps; prep, match, and pitch. It’s crucial to complete each step if yo’re serious about raising capital.
Funding Tips from the Youngest Person to Raise Venture Capital
Brian Wong, CEO of Kiip, is the youngest person to ever receive venture capital funding. Here are his tips for success.