News and Articles About Startup Financing
The steps you must take to turn a side hustle into a full-fledged business.
It's hard to pick winning investments but there are often clear signs of a losing investment.
Credit unions, long an alternative to banks for individual customers, are keenly interested in small business lending.
Athletes today are famously well paid and far more business savvy than in years past.
Investors need to be assured your business is in good shape. It also helps to not proclaim your desire for a new car.
ASAP54 matches users' photos of apparel and accessories to identical or similar product images stored in its database.
With just a fraction of startups receiving venture capital financing, approach your social circles, with these five pointers in mind.
While the 'average Joe' can breathe a sigh of relief that tax season is behind him, small-business owners can't do the same. To ensure entrepreneurs keep their finances on track all year around, here are seven mistakes to avoid.
Former VC says you should approach these funders carefully, and be thorough in your research.
How to save on items that can quickly deplete a startup's bank account.
The cloud-based payroll company plans to hire more employees and extend its reach.
Egg-replacement startup Hampton Creek has raised its biggest round of funding to date thanks to the investment of Asian billionaire Li Ka-shing.
If you ask, your supporters may just buy you office equipment and supplies.
Dow Jones VentureSource released its U.S. venture capital report today showing where VCs were investing, both by industry and geographically in 2013.
4 things to consider before asking mom and dad for money.
Many startups run out of money soon after they launch, missing out on success before they even have a fighting chance.
There are plenty of intriguing companies on our Top 100 list, but from glowing plants to a life-sized origami boat, here's a look about some of the most bizarre.
Raise money for your business from your house, but beware of losing the roof over your head.
Equity crowdfunding proposes a fair shot for all entrepreneurs, but as with most things in a capitalist structure, only the strong will survive.
From scope creep to the opportunity to cash in, a look at the good and bad of working in exchange for equity.
Don't swipe the plastic too carelessly, because it's a double-edged sword.
Small investments from a lot of people can equal a lot of money.
Make your personal network your first investors, but don't make it too informal.
Co-founder of nonprofit Practice Makes Perfect dishes on what he wished he would have known before joining an accelerator.
When all you have is 60 seconds, you'd better make them count. College entrepreneur Dwight Peters offers his top tips for polishing up your elevator pitch.