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The best time to raise capital for a startup is when you have a clear idea of what you want to do and a clear idea of how much money you need to get to a milestone that will set a higher value for your company. In general its better to bootstrap and do friends and family as long as you can, becau...

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A company can issue common stock through an initial public offering (IPO) or by issuing additional shares into the capital markets. Either way, the money that is provided by investors that purchase the shares are used to fund capital initiatives. In return for providing capital, investors demand ...

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Hi, I'm happy to assist, but I would need to know exactly what you need help with. Do you need help preparing your pitch deck (investor presentation)? Preparing the talk with investors? Preparing your one pager? Emailing them? Finding them? Let me know and I'll try help. Good luck I've success...

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I'm a single founder who was raised angel and venture capital. If your business is compelling enough, you could raise angel funding. But there is little chance you can raise venture funding without a team in-place. It's a negative signal to institutional investors that you haven't been able to...

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Hi: Congrats on getting the ball rolling with your business — and generating some interest from potential customers and investors. As to your question, when a potential investor asks about your cap, they’re referring to the valuation cap you’re setting on your convertible debt issue. That would...

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Unless you are a founder with prior successes that are notable or relevant to your new startup, the answer is a clear no.

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As someone who is deeply involved with startup studios, here are a few hints. 1. First, calculate your optimal scale of operations. In our startup studio this was about 12-15 people core team + dedicated ceo-s for each startup experiment 2. Raise funds for the studio, for at least 12-18 months. Y...

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Since you mention that you have achieved "amazing results", I am assuming that you have some sort of a prototype to show to an angel/seed investor. Also, the fact that you managed to get a government grant (which I assume you didn't have to give up any equity for) is a good thing and shows creati...

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It's very difficult. I would start with angels -- I think traditional VCs will not do it at all due to financial regulations and lack of physical presence. Try AngelList. Try for 500s or other groups which specifically like to invest outside of America.

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Complete the following sentence Stealth has developed or is developing .... that solves the problem of ..... for ...... When completed you should be able to identity venture capitalist firms who wish to and or have made investments in that space. Corporates are more problematic if your reasons...

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