Categories Startup Financing

How are you going to pay for THAT?

From crowdfunding campaigns to venture capital, from bank loans to bootstrapping, there's no 'right' way to finance a new business. Depends on the business, too; whereas a product-based business or tech startup might need $1 million from angels (or friends and family) to get off the ground, a service-based business might be doable with just a couple hundred bucks in the bank. For others, incubators and accelerators provide a needed combo of mentorship and capital.

Learn everything you need to know about YOUR situation, from how to put a valuation on your budding startup to what makes a pitch deck brilliant (vs. boring), here.

5 Signs That Your Business Is Ready for the Big Leagues

Investors want to know that they can trust you with their money. Here’s how you can give them (and yourself) that security.

8 of the Biggest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Can Make After Closing a Round of Funding

Celebrate your accomplishments, but take each one with a grain of salt.

7 Tips for Raising Capital as a Solo Founder

Don’t add a co-founder to your startup for the sole purpose of appeasing potential investors.

3 Things to Consider Before Launching Your Mobile App

The most successful pricing strategy for certain brands could seem counter-intuitive.