It's important to select an attorney who “gets” your business model, your market opportunity, and most importantly, your fundraising and exit strategy.

Venture Capital and Angel Investors

How to Pick the Right Attorney for Your Startup

Picking the right attorney in your startup is as important as picking the right business partner. You can’t underestimate the importance of selecting an attorney who “gets” your business model, your market opportunity, and most importantly, your fundraising and exit strategy.

By Caroline Cummings |

How to Land Funding From Angel Investors

If you're starting a business with high-growth potential, finding investment may be an important item on your to do list. Here's how to find angel investors.

By Tim Berry |

Ask Yourself These 5 Things Before You Seek Angel Investment

Not all businesses are good candidates for angel investment. If you're wondering how to get angel investment, ask yourself these 5 questions first.

By Tim Berry |

10 Tips for Finding Outside Investors for Your Business

Do you know how to get outside funding? Here are 10 tips to maximize your chances of success and figure out what kind of funding is best for your business.

By Tim Berry |

4 Pillars to Nailing Your Investor Pitch

Sometimes investment pitches don’t work out because the businesses themselves aren’t as solid as they should be. The reason? They’re missing one of these four pillars needed to win investment.

By Uzair Khan |

How to Pitch to Investors in 10 Minutes and Get Funded

Sometimes you only get 10 minutes to pitch your business idea to investors. Here's a pitch format that has worked successfully for both veteran and first-time startup CEOs to secure funding.

By Caroline Cummings |

The Real Reason You Should Audition for Shark Tank

The chances of making it on Shark Tank are slim indeed. Maybe you’ll be one of the lucky few to make it on the show and land a deal, but the true benefits lie the process of preparing to audition.

By Amethyst Tagney |

How to Fund Your Startup Without Losing Control

Private equity can be the infusion of cash you need to get your startup off the ground—but you run the risk of losing control of your business. Here's how to prevent this from happening.

By Rich McIver |

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It's important to select an attorney who “gets” your business model, your market opportunity, and most importantly, your fundraising and exit strategy.