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Angels Get Carry For Helping A Startup Raise Money With AngelList Syndicates - TechCrunch

Angels Get Carry For Helping A Startup Raise Money With AngelList Syndicates - TechCrunch | Startup Capital | Scoop.it
Angels Get Carry For Helping A Startup Raise Money With AngelList Syndicates TechCrunch Called Syndicates, the private-beta product lets any accredited investor on the AngelList fundraising platform essentially create, lead and collect carry for a...
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Angels go Lending Club?

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How Business startup Funding Works

How Business startup Funding Works | Startup Capital | Scoop.it

How Business startup Funding Works: http://goo.gl/UvxCE ; #investor #business #entrepreneur #VCs

 

 


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Great Primer for getting off the ground or at least moving forward with a new company1

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What is Crowdfunding? CrowdFunding planning? What, How, Why and when

http://www.crowdfundingplanning.com Contact us: http://goo.gl/1k1D1 Call: Phone: 877- 448-4968 Email: Contactus@CrowdFundingplanning.com mentors: http://goo....
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Crowdfunding 101, this is an interesting alternative to Angel Funding and could be used as a way to prove a business plan or service offering by using investors as beta users.

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New SEC fundraising rules draw complaints from investor groups - Tribune-Review

New SEC fundraising rules draw complaints from investor groups - Tribune-Review | Startup Capital | Scoop.it
New SEC fundraising rules draw complaints from investor groups Tribune-Review Organizations that represent angel investors, wealthy individuals who provide essential capital to startups in exchange for an ownership stake in the business, are upset...
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Help or hindrance?  Being able to openly pursue investment is an important step, however full disclosure of private investor information might prevent potential investors from even looking...

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Talking to angels and VCs? Get to 'no' as fast as you can

Talking to angels and VCs? Get to 'no' as fast as you can | Startup Capital | Scoop.it
Startups seeking angel funding shouldn’t be so afraid of the word “no.”

 

By Brian S. Cohen, Chairman of the New York Angels.


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Great Advice, VCs and Angels can tie you up waiting for an answer, getting a quick no allows you to move forward with your search and see who is truly interested in getting involved.  Speed is essential for early stage funding.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, July 1, 2013 5:31 AM

You can get a lot of information from 'no'. Just don't waste your time on the ones who are not right for you.

Best tactic: show up with the best business plan you can put together. Then the 'no' will not be about issues related to your presentation or your numbers. It will be about the right fit.


Don't waste the investor's time either, show up with a great business plan.


Get your free Business Plan Template here: http://www.business-funding-insider.com/free-business-plan-template.html

Jose Gonzalez's curator insight, July 3, 2013 6:27 PM

Very well 

Thanks