Venture and Angel Investors
Venture capitalists invest approximately $20 billion a year into U.S. companies. Where does the money go? This infographic has the answers.
Venture and Angel Investors Articles and Videos
Like entrepreneurs, investors also tend to specialize in certain industries. Here's how to cater to all of them.
Rapid growth and its founders' ability to take the lion's market share are big factors in determining whether a start-up will get the attention of VC firms.
With so many startups trying to follow in Facebook's -- and now Instagram's -- footsteps, they're forgetting one very important element: money.
Lot18 proves funding options are not dry for wine businesses.
Entrepreneur's Colleen DeBaise reports on the SXSW Accelerator competition at the South By Southwest festival.
See what's coming up on both shows this season, which kicks off this week.
For young companies looking for venture investments in the New Year, finding capital may be daunting but not impossible.
New York recently beat out rival Boston for the number two spot for venture capital accumulation. Here's what makes the Big Apple more appealing.
On tonight's season finale of Bloomberg TV's reality series 'Techstars,' the show reveals the outcome for the program's entrepreneurs.
A social network that promotes healthier living through group support and motivation attracts a $5 million VC investment.
Sidestepping the traps of equity fund-raising
They're easy to remember: management, market, money and, above all else, momentum.
Student-run venture funds offer startups a financing alternative, but they may not be the place to seek guidance and connections.
Why a great business idea is only the beginning