I often meet startups that can’t raise money since they are stuck in the fundraising dead zone – a situation where the amount you need to raise is too high
A partner at a well known venture capital firm told me once that VCs like to invest “when it’s time to add fuel to the fire” (in a positive manner).
A startup’s valuation is determined by two major factors: the business opportunity and the level of uncertainty. The business opportunity is usually the possible return on investment at exit (i.e.
A very well known saying in the startups’ world is: “Raise money when you can, not when you need”. And yet, there is a stage in a startup’s life where
A big dilemma many entrepreneurs encounter, is whether to raise seed money or continue developing the product until it’s ready for a bigger A round. Another related dilemma is whether
There is much added value in getting seed money from a well known investor. Such an investor can help you hire better people, open better doors and generally signals to