DocSend, a startup that provides people with a secure and private way of sharing files like offer letters or legal agreements, studied more than 200 pitchdecks to figure out the right way to graduate from bootstrapped to seed-funded, or from angels to a Series A.
They partnered with Harvard Business School professor Tom Eisenmann to look at companies that had raised $360 million in total.
What did they find?
Author: Kim-Mai Cutler
Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital