This quick guide will help you build and understand 3 common components of an investor’s preliminary data request.
Regardless of whether you are raising capital now, you should still take introductory calls with VCs. You may be surprised by what and how much you can learn.
It’s crucial that great CEOs must know how to answer these three questions in a clear and concise manner.
I’ve written about how to map “The Ideal Qualities of Your Perfect Investment Partnership” before. It’s a topic I’d like to circle back on as I continue to gain additional perspective on it. Specifically, there is really one part that I’d like to highlight: Taking a VC investment should not be viewed as a transaction…
Since the second week of August, my 8-year-old son has dedicated an inordinate amount of time to one thing: football. This Sunday, he’ll wrap up his second year of Pop Warner football. And while there have been a lot of highs and lows since the team first got together for agilities week in the hot…
Valuation can be a tricky topic to discuss for VCs — here’s the way I’ve seen it play out historically.
So you’ve decided to raise capital and have figured out what your ideal partner would look like – great! If you’re still toying with theidea of raising or trying to figure out what the perfect investor looks like – check out these posts: To Raise or Not to Raise and Your Ideal Partner. Hopefully you’ve…
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Raising capital is tough, but knowing what you want to get out of an investor take you a long way towards an ideal investment partnership.
Whether or not founding CEOs decide to raise funding is a difficult question that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here are a few things to consider.
The introductory conversation between a venture capitalist and a potential investment company is too crucial to allow these six roadblocks to get in the way.