News and Articles About Investors
Venture capitalist Paul Lee offers advice on what entrepreneurs should do get noticed by investors.
New funding platforms are eager to ply you with capital and other resources in exchange for a cut of your future success. See if these services are right for you.
Following these investors can give you insight into the types of startups they find most interesting and the markets that are ripe for disruption.
The opening of your investor pitch is critical. Flounder and you might lose a venture capitalist's attention from the start. Here are five missteps VCs look out for when sitting down with entrepreneurs.
Seeking funding for your business shouldn't be a one-time endeavor. Here are four stages of business development that can serve as a road map for your funding strategy.
Even with its roller-coaster volatility, young entrepreneurs are banking on the digital currency.
If you want investors to be confident in financing your business, show them you know the risks your business is up against and are working to avoid them. Here are five ways to get started.
Raising money from family and friends to fund a business can be a complex situation to navigate, requiring both personal trust and a professional approach.
After four months of sailing around the world, entrepreneurs participating in the Unreasonable at Sea accelerator program convene in Washington D.C. to chat about their experiences and rub elbows with investors.
Having a killer business idea is key, but it won't necessarily help get your foot in the door when you're looking for funding. Sometimes the best way to grab someone's attention is to get creative.
In launching a startup, a great idea and business acumen are key ingredients. But they're nothing without confidence. Here's how to win over investors, employees and customers.
Virgin's founder weighs in on what questions to ask yourself when determining whether your business will attract investors.
One of the largest -- and richest -- business plan competitions in the country kicks off today.
Fewer private U.S. venture-capital funds are raising money to invest in startups, the National Venture Capital Association says. The biggest players are at the top, the smallest are at the bottom and the midsize firms watch the clock tick.
Why you should look beyond bootstrapping and loans from friends and family to set your company up for success and win investors.
When the grooming-products subscription service went looking for funding, it may have been too soon, says co-founder Katia Beauchamp. Heres a better strategy.
Miami-based venture creates fast time-to-market recipe
When it comes to landing startup capital, crowdfunding can be a young entrepreneur's best friend. Given the new crowdfudning law, though, here are a few changes that'll pay to know sooner than later.
Besides the famed "hockey stick" adoption rate, here are a few ideas for showing investors why they should pay attention to your startup.
When it comes to raising financing, angel investors are increasingly spending with startups. Here's a snapshot of the angel-investor landscape.
Members of the crowdfunding community descended on Washington, D.C., calling for the regulatory agency to finalize rules.
Like entrepreneurs, investors also tend to specialize in certain industries. Here's how to cater to all of them.
A San Francisco-based crowd-funding site draws the eyes and ears of multinational companies General Mills and Procter & Gamble.