In simple terms, discounted cash flow tries to work out the value of a company today, based on projections of how much money it’s going to make in the future.
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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.
Instead of wasting valuable time developing a memorable elevator pitch, get out there and test the waters.
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Have you ever heard of financial democracy? No? Me neither. But you’ve likely heard or read stories about the increasing inequality in wealth distribution.
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.
You may ask yourself, “How could the latter be a business? Isn’t it simply a donation?” Economic theory, thus far, has no model for this kind of market. And the answer may not be what you imagine.
As much as high-growth startups look alike, the industry they operate in or the stage of development they are facing are major influencers on the amount of money a company “burns” on a monthly basis.
As you craft your next investment pitch, keep these three things in mind.