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.
Remember that an investor is not a bank, but is a well-connected strategic partner.