A beginners' Guide to Venture Capital Funding unfolds the mysterious world of Venture capitalists for startups and New Business Owners.
So, how do you launch and grow a software startup outside of Silicon Valley and without external investors? I recently had a chance to sit down with cofounders of MyJibe.
More investment pouring into travel startups again with news that social booking site for hostels and couches, Inbed.me, has raised $1.2 million in a seed round of funding.
Alright, in my last post I argued that bootstrapping is just as over-rated as raising venture capital. But for those who decide to pursue fundraising, here are some things entrepreneurs should avoid when raising capital. For all of the talk about
Brainient has brought round a few people to the same idea, given that today it lands $1.8 million in funding from a number of strategic investors.
Mentor-driven seed fund Startmate has unveiled the participants of its 2012 program, investing in eight tech start-ups that it says are aiming to be “the best in the world.”
GrabCAD, which operates a community for (and founded by) mechanical engineers, where they can share knowledge and collaborate on CAD models, engineering projects and whatnot, has raised $4 million in Series A
The Hong Kong government has introduced a new incubator program which will run from the the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park.
The Google Inc. executive with his bright yellow vest was impossible to miss in the middle of the Israeli startup owners seeking cash in a rusty boathouse at Tel Aviv’s Jaffa port.
AngelPad, the startup incubator launched by seven ex-Googlers in August 2010, is taking a look back at how far it's come in the months since and the lessons they've learned along the way.
The Art of Investor Dating and Fail Points Looking for investors is very similar to dating. You run around in circles in hopes of finding the ...
Just because you made a cool app, doesn't mean investors will be interested in your startup.
Today’s article regarding Arnon Kohavi’s departure from Chile has struck a cord with many in the start up community.
Milo Yiannopoulos warns against dishing out board seats to those whose qualifications don’t stack up, and advises start-ups to think carefully before welcoming newcomers into funding rounds.
Dedicated to Internet Services and Information Technology, Partech International VI will primarily focus to invest in startups Europe and Silicon Valley based startups with high growth potential.
Even after a decade’s worth of visits, Debbie Landa still struggles with the idea that billions of dollars flow out every year from what looks, at a glance, like a resort community.
Dave McClure and Bloomberg Capital have announced an investment of $1mn in mygola, a India+US based travel planner startup.
If you’re considering a venture that involves an unknown startup company, seasoned investors have many tips to share that can cut down the potential risks you’ll face.
New statistics from Silicon Valley's top law firms show that new startups spend around $80,000 on legal costs.
Fortieth in a series of weekly posts by myself and Nicholas Lovell of Gamesbrief which answer the fifty questions you should ask before raising venture capital.