When you launch a startup, as the founder, it’s your prerogative to gain the attention of the industry’s smartest, best-connected and wealthiest individuals.
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Consider these pros and cons before you decide whether to sell shares to the general public or not.
Contrary to popular belief, I’m not looking for founders who are perfect business unicorns … In fact, a founder who paints a perfect picture can be a major red flag.
Part of being in a healthy relationship is having good communication and the entrepreneur-investor relationship is no exception. After you’ve raised capital, you might forget what it takes to keep investors satisfied.
It is easy to make financial mistakes. However, once you recognize potential missteps, you can take steps to avoid them. Here are the top five financial mistakes startups make and how to steer clear of them.
As you craft your next investment pitch, keep these three things in mind.
It’s important that you know what type of relationship you’re entering.
Whether you choose to bootstrap or take early capital, remember to always do this.
Here’s a look at a few of the best free federal programs available to small business owners.
The age-old concept of the American dream lives on in the world of startups — we have pulled ourselves up by our very own bootstraps.