Once you have exhausted all personal resources through bootstrapping, your business will likely need to raise capital.
At some point in your life as an entrepreneur, you’ll need a business plan. In fact, any time you need to raise outside funding, you’ll need to present a plan for investors or lenders.
Here are three ways to creatively and effectively grow your startup without relying on money from outside investors.
I knew I wanted to bootstrap my business. I achieved success without raising money or selling my soul (a.k.a. equity) to investors. Here’s how you can too.
I use to think that transparency was overrated — not because I didn’t want to be open, but because I didn’t believe much value could come from it.
Raising money for a boutique startup fund was new for me. Here are four lessons that can make fundraising less challenging.
Venture capital funding is an elusive beast. So, here’s a look at 5 sure-fire ways to prime the pump and attract VC funding.
Convincing someone to invest in your business is one of the biggest challenges a founder faces. Here’s how I raised $2 million without a co-founder.
If you want to sell or pitch your company to investors it’s important to spend a reasonable amount of time addressing the bad stuff.
It can be tempting to skip the term sheet and simply have your lawyer prepare the investment documents.