Early funding option for startups can usually be limited. Though there are ways like bootstrapping, crowdfunding or receiving help from family members and friends, startups need angel investors or VCs to scale up fast. Investors want to become the primary backers of the next game-changing venture. There are many things that investors look for in a prospective investee. The merits of an idea, market need and size, vision for execution of these ideas, are just some of these. These aspects should definitely be in your pitch deck! Continue reading “What Investors look for in a Startup?”
Amidst the big rush for Funding, Funding, and more Funding, most founders get carried away by the “hulla” in the market rather than trying to understand the real implications. One such example is at the time of initial negotiation with the Investors.
The Term Sheet is the first document that sets the terms of the deal and breaks the ice of negotiation between the promoters and the investors. However, most of the founders do not understand the meaning of the primary clauses in the Term Sheet, which might put them in a disadvantageous position. Continue reading “Hacking the term sheet”
Today, startups are on a boom. There are ideas and there are people who want to convert such ideas into flourishing businesses prospects. What is required to evolve a business is “Money”. The question is that from where do you get this investment for your business. The easiest option, either you put money from your own savings or you borrow from your friends and relatives. Continue reading “How Startup Funding Works”