For entrepreneurs, especially those with a focus on mobile-first, looking to get funding, here are the top investors to keep an eye on.
It's a story with a happy ending.
Taking money from an investor before thoroughly vetting him or her is like getting married after your first date.
Despite the industry's precarious legal status, investors are flocking to states where voters have legalized cannabis.
Whether you run a young company or an established consumer brand, there are many advantages to appearing at CES.
For those entrepreneurs not located in California, New York or Massachusetts, here is how to help your community improve capital accessibility and strengthen the ecosystem.
Growing public acceptance of marijuana, highlighted by a slew of successful legalization initiatives, is encouraging investment.
The 2016 elections are widely seen as a tipping point opening a flood of new investment in the cannabis industry.
Boring businesses are stable and profitable, but could use some new marketing strategies to tap into additional growth.
To set yourself up for success, here are some guidelines to follow when raising money.
Inspiring Your Team
The trick to getting the funding you need is to build a foundation that no smart investor will pass up.
By stripping board leadership from Ells, who is also co-chief executive, investors would like to institute an independent chair.
There are no shortcuts to building a solid network of engaged investors.
Aaron Gillum, managing partner of Caerus Investment Partners, says it's always a great time to invest in startups.
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