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Brad Feld

Brad Feld

Guest Writer / Co-founder of Foundry Group and TechStars

Brad Feld is co-founder of Foundry Group, a Boulder, Colo.-based venture-capital firm, and TechStars, a startup accelerator. He is a recipient of the 2017 Colorado Governor’s Citizenship Medal for Growth & Innovation.

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Entrepreneurs Could Be the Key to Rejuvenating Areas of the Country That Have Been Left Behind

Colorado may be a case study in bringing the power of innovation to rural communities.
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Entrepreneurs Take Lead in Building Vibrant Startup Communities

A long-term commitment and philosophy of inclusiveness are critical to sustainability and growth.
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How Can I Find a Partner Who Can Invest in My Business?

Brad Feld, managing director, the Foundry Group, on the importance of choosing the right business partner before teaming up.
Finance

What's the Best Way to Attract Investor Interest?

Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, says to attract investors, first give them a product or service that they can check out for themselves.
Finance

How Can I Find Venture Capital for My Business?

Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, on how to approach venture capitalists for backing.
Finance

How Can I Find Cash to Expand?

Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, on why your best source of financing is generating profits and early customers.
Finance

How Can I Find Funding As a Young Entrepreneur?

Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, on how first-time business owners can tap their network to identify potential investors.
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Investment Without Injury

VC investors should know when to limit their involvement--and entrepreneurs should stand firm on where to draw the line.
Starting a Business

Know When to Walk Away

Don't ask venture capitalists for referrals if they say they're not interested.
Starting a Business

The Investor as Visual Learner

For maximum impact and interest, give potential investors something to play with.
Starting a Business

Get Your Answers Straight

When feedback from different investors is cloudy, go to each of them individually to gain clarity.
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Lines of Communication

Should you let your employees talk directly to your VCs?
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In the Know?

The inside scoop on what should and shouldn't be shared with your VC.
Finance

Is Your VC Into You?

Know how to discern whether your VC gets it or if it's time to look for financing elsewhere.
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What's Your Exit Strategy?

The right strategy will likely take care of itself at the appropriate time.