News and Articles About Raising Capital
Small business expert Kevin Hiser of QStart Labs answers readers top questions about entrepreneurship.
An upcoming social-venture competition sheds light on the increased enthusiasm among young entrepreneurs to start up social-impact companies. Here are five ways to rise above the competition.
If you want to raise money for your business from impact investors, then help them find you by putting your company information right in front of them.
For startups seeking critical seed money, business-plan competitions can be both a blessing and a curse.
Doing the opposite of what others expect is sometimes the fastest ticket to success. We spoke with Alexa von Tobel of LearnVest about why she started up a financial site in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression.
Don't let the tech and start-up blogs fool you, finding an investor to part with big money is neither common nor easy. Here, the co-founder of CrowdTwist gives his top lessons for success.
In starting up a social venture, your charitable mission is often clear. But impact investors want to know your organization will last. Here, 3 tips to make it happen.
In starting up a social venture, your social mission is often clear. But impact investors want to ensure that your organization will last. Here are three tips for making everyone happy.
Whether your investors are friends and family or VCs, here's a guideline on how to pay yourself as your startup grows.
If founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to win over investors, he'll need to have clear explanations for these looming issues.
For the third quarter in a row, the market for venture capital shrank, continuing a long-term trend in the industry.
What you need to know about using the crowd-funding website to finance a creative project
For young companies looking for venture investments in the New Year, finding capital may be daunting but not impossible.
Venture investor Guy Kawasaki talks about the types of businesses most likely to interest fellow VCs.
When you start a fast moving and disruptive business, VCs may soon knock on your door. Until, then check out Joe Fernandez of Klout's top five feeds to follow on Twitter.
The SEC is forming a small-business committee to review rules that entrepreneurs say make it harder to raise money. But relaxing the rules might not be a good thing.