When we hear an investor saying, "Think like a startup," what does it mean?
These are the relationships startup founders should prioritize to enhance their growth, brand value and overall valuation.
For startup founders, it can be hard to determine which investors to keep as close advisors and which ones fit better as more passive players. What founders choose here can make all the difference, so it's important to get it right.
Don't misjudge what they're looking for -- it could mean missing out on a potential match.
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That misconception does not comport with startup reality. But by adopting the right mindset, you can come to terms with how many bosses you really have.
Some investors interfere too much in the day-to-day operations, giving the entrepreneur no space
As a serial entrepreneur for decades, he realized that there was serious dearth of mentors who would help founders with funds and right guidance
Always remember a wrong match may provide to be completely detrimental for your business.
Know must know these basics to get that right investor for you startup
There is a time and a place (and at certain companies) where it makes sense to create a personal connection with your audience.
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Here are a few tips for investors to keep in mind when they meet teams they have never encountered before.