Friends-and-family fundraising made official -- and far less awkward.
If your startup needs a lot of money, these kinds of investors could be the key. But, of course, there are a lot of strings.
Entrepreneurs are willing to go to some pretty great lengths to secure funding.
The wearable tech company also recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign.
We'll take you through the entire process, from pitch decks to cut checks.
Tired of political posturing, a Londoner hopes to bail out Greece using the power of the people.
Startup founders should be sure they're hearing what investors are actually saying.
If the people closest to you won't support you, why should investors?
While there are many options for fundraising, it doesn't make it easier to get capital. Here is how to make the process more productive and efficient.
Don't rush into fundraising too early or without a plan.
Many non-profit organizations, as well as startups, often approach the task of seeking money horribly wrong.
Prepare your company to accept money from the tens of millions of potential investors in "the crowd" that were previously off-limits.
For entrepreneurs, finally getting into the black is a huge accomplishment. But it can also be a stressful problem.
Yes, it's completely possible to win the backing of investors without something physical to show.
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