Investors write checks when the idea they hear is compelling, when they are persuaded that the team of founders can realize its vision, and that the opportunity described is real and sufficiently large. When founders are ready to tell this story, they can raise money. And usually when you can raise money, you should.
Content: Quotation | Author: Geoff Ralston | Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital
The initial capital raised by a company is typically called “seed” capital. This brief guide is a summary of what startup founders need to know about raising the seed funds critical to getting their company off the ground.
Content: Article | Author: Geoff Ralston | Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital