Pre-seed investors may be a fairly recent addition to the startup scene, but its importance to early stage companies is growing increasingly significant.
A Valuation cap is, without a doubt, the most important term of your seed investment contract, be it a convertible note or a SAFE. But, how does it work?
As a startup founder or business owner, you need to steer clear of startup distractions and find the time to handle the really important tasks at hand.
Signing a term sheet for a convertible note is a kind of a no-strings-attached agreement, between a startup and investors. But, how do you write one?
Startup founders usually have both knowledge and experience to solve problems. But, are they any good at finding the right problem to solve?
Post-money valuation is more or less a matter of ‘rough’ calculations, estimations, market research & negotiations. But, what is the right way to do it?
‘Κnowledge is the only true measure of progress in the process of product development’. But, how do you know when it is you’ve really learnt something?
Want to bring a brilliant business idea into reality? Have you managed to get yourselves some seed funding to get you started? When do you really need it?
Proof of Concept (PoC). An essential part of launching your startup. And yes, to get any funding for a business venture, you’re going to need one.
To build a successful business you need a good idea and a good team. You also need to fuel up the engine you’re building with some good seed capital.