News and Articles About Startup Funding
For an investor to bet on your startup, create a compelling case about your company's capabilities.
The company's head-up display lets drivers interact with their phones while never taking their eyes off the road.
The cloud-based lost-and-found tool is poised for a big entrance in the market.
The year-old company is working to develop a portable gluten detecting sensor.
Dont waste time chasing investors. A myriad of options exist for ambitious entrepreneurs seeking to expand their startup and in need of financing.
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Meticulous planning and plenty of hard work are the keys to crowdfunding the capital you need to launch.
Big banks aren't so good with small loans. There are new options available for getting financing with minimal hassle on friendly terms.
It's hard to pick winning investments but there are often clear signs of a losing investment.
The are six factors that investors will focus on when evaluating your business. Know them by heart.
Assisting startups and major corporations with financing, Bo Yagmaie is looking to take entrepreneurs questions relating to VCs, funding and corporate formation.
When you no longer need their money, investor will flock to your business. The trick is keeping the bills paid until then.
Entrepreneurs need to scrutinize potential investors as closely as investors study the potential investment.
The self-funded entrepreneur can neither afford to outsource everything or do things poorly.
The necessity of learning from past failures and adjusting your investor pitch to avoid the mistakes that have led many other startups down the road to failure has never been more important.
Investors need to be assured your business is in good shape. It also helps to not proclaim your desire for a new car.
It is a rare startup that has the backing of venture capital fund, so forget about wooing investors and concentrate on wooing customers with your unique selling proposition.
How do you survive in a startup's infancy before there's a sale or even a product? See what these nine entrepreneurs did.
In this video, Entrepreneur.com contributor John Rampton talks about a book that explains a topic that's very important to serious business owners: raising money.
Pitching to investors can be a full-time job, but if you prepare yourself for meetings, it can save you precious time.
Former VC says you should approach these funders carefully, and be thorough in your research.
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.
VCs and angel investors get a lot of attention, but personal loans and credit, followed by investments from friends and family, are the top funding sources for startups.
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