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30+ Questions You Could be Asked About Your Startup During a Screening Meeting with an Angel Group
Crowdfunding is not a new concept, but in 2015, the SEC finalized the rules and regulations to allow companies to offer and sell its securities through the use of crowdfunding. Now, everyday citizens and non-accredited investors can invest in early-stage companies.
Funding not only provides financial backing for the entrepreneur, but also validates the startup’s concept. Here are 8 resources every beginning entrepreneur should explore for concept stage funding.
Startup funding requires teams to convince investors that their idea is worth investment. You may have an outstanding idea, a detailed plan, and a strong team … so what are you doing wrong?
As the startup proceeds through the due diligence process related to a potential investment from an angel group, VC or Corporate VC, (CVC), the process will include discussions and reference checks with a broad base of the start-ups’ constituents.
Investable companies don’t occur by accident. In fact, the opposite may be true; many companies may accidentally become un-investable. This article is part #2 of a two part series that shares tips as to why startups may be investable enabling them to obtain funding from angel groups and VCs.
America’s first major crowdfunding project was the Statue of Liberty.