Tag: financing
 
How Founders Take Back Their Companies Without Angering Investors
Sometimes even the best relationships reach an end. When founders and investors no longer agree, they can split up without a fight.
How Female Founders Can Crack The Funding Code
It takes more than an idea and charm to win over funders. You need to know what they’ll ask before they ask it. Photo credit: Pexels
An Outlaw Raises Money From The People To Fund Small Businesses
New regulations open up new opportunities for business growth and for investment.
Five Ways Women Will Get Women The Funding They Need In 2019
If male-dominated funding sources won’t do it, women will. Women funding women will narrow the funding gap.
A Female Tech Founder Who Chose To Bypass Venture Capital
With the right business model, a tech company doesn’t need venture capital to startup or scale.
Is Blockchain The Future Of Journalism? Two Entrepreneurs Take A Chance
Two journalists quit their day jobs to pursue new paths to trustworthy reporting. Among the paths, a wholly unexpected 21st Century source of start-up financing.
Style Over Substance: How VCs’ Perceptions Of Female Founders Is Slowing The Economy
Founders and VCs aren’t aligned on the attributes that lead to a successful startup. Founders who close the gap could raise funds faster.
How A Woman Entrepreneur Relied On Persistence And A ‘SheEO Loan’ To Bring Solar Energy To Haiti
When employed creatively, your experience and passion can launch a company that has the potential to change the lives of a billion people.
How To Increase Angel Funding For Women Entrepreneurs
Angel investing is a big commitment. Letting women get a taste of it may increase the funding pool for women entrepreneurs.
What A Cyber Security Firm Can Teach You About Making Your Pitch
It’s Marketing 101 — focus on the audience when you make your pitch. Different folks need different strokes.
Leveraging Your Track Record To Innovate An Industry And Attract Investors
Your first business can be the foundation of your next enterprise if you leverage it right.