We are an early stage web startup, and do not have anyone with deep financial experience on our team. Is not a likely option at this point. We are pitching to investors in a contest setting next ...
The founding/management team is one of the critical areas investors look at in a startup. Usually the team is more important than the idea/product. Investors like to see a proven track record of ...
How can I expose my startup to seed and angel investors instead of cold calling them? Is there any way to get feedback from them? In Silicon Valley or other major startup scenes.
I asked a question about this before, but things have changed. I developed software for basketball and football teams. I have sold 32 copies @ $20 each doing virtually nothing. I wrote a few articles ...
We have a project we've been working on as a side project (Web based education and training application) for a few months as more of a hobby than anything. Recently we were approached by someone who ...
What questions can I expect from investors when pitching them my idea, and where can I find the resources for those answers?
I've just applied to Y Combinator and was wondering what kind of questions I might be asked and where/how I should research to know the answers.
The Northwest Entrepreneur Network's First Look Forum finale is a pitch competition followed by networking. During the competition, companies give a 5-minute presentation covering the basics: ...
I'm trying to understand how much info about projections I need to put on the pitch deck. I'm assuming investors don't want all the detail... just the high level numbers (revenue, profit, growth). Or ...