A look at a couple of New Yorkers with a pre-seed fund
An accelerator program is like a boot camp for early-stage ventures. They usually last anywhere from three to six months to help accelerate a startup…
Crowdfunding, incubators, and other options for funding your business.
Learn to pitch with your four differentiators to catch an investors ear.
Just as the CEO is the investor’s interface to a business, the application process and form is your interface into top accelerators like Techstars and Y Combinator. The best programs are super-selective–less than 1% of applicants get in, making them pickier than Harvard, Stanford and MIT.
Bootstrapping is one alternative funding direction for scrappy entrepreneurs.
Women are starting businesses at one and a half times the national average. Yet female founders receive just 25 percent of angel investments in the U.S., and companies with a woman CEO get just 3 percent of venture capital.
According to CrunchBase data, underthings startups have closed 22 venture rounds since 2013.. learn more…
A glossary of terms for your Series A.
In order to gauge the pulse of today’s tech startup ecosystem, we spoke to a group of New York-based entrepreneurs and investors and asked what they’re looking for when they evaluate a company.
8 Things to Know Before Raising a Seed Round
As young entrepreneurs in Los Angeles’ tech community continue to grab headlines with their multimillion-dollar companies, universities in Southern California are creating programs that cater to the new American Dream: launch a startup, disrupt an industry, change the world.
Tips to prepare your start-up to showcase to investors.
If you’re in decent financial shape with no debt or very little beyond a mortgage, you have myriad options for funding your startup.
5 deadly mistakes when pitching angel investors