Corporate venture capital is simultaneously similar to, and different from, traditional venture capital firms. While not new, per se, the number of corporate venture capital funds is on the rise. In fact, we are seeing a major increase in … [Read more...] about Corporate Venture Capital – Is it Right for Your Startup?
Angel investors in Europe are very much like their counterparts based in the United States. Angel investors are individuals who fund startup companies using their own money. Overall, angel investors in Europe and elsewhere are generally … [Read more...] about Angel Investors in Europe: How to Uncover and Connect with Them
Impact investors and impact investing are relatively new additions to the startup funding landscape. For most investors, the word “investment” typically leads to thoughts of financial returns. That's natural. For the most part, investing in … [Read more...] about Impact Investing – How Impact Investors Work and Where to Find Them
Figuring out how to fund any startup is always difficult, but at the college level, securing funding for student entrepreneurs presents an even greater challenge. Traditional startup funding sources such as banks, angel investors or venture … [Read more...] about University Startup Investment Funds Offer Funding for Student Entrepreneurs
Non-diluting funding is defined as financing that does not require the sale of your startup’s shares. This means that founders do not have to give up equity and there is no dilution for any existing shareholders. For cybersecurity … [Read more...] about Non-Diluting Funding for Cybersecurity Startups
The purpose of the Startup Act is to “jump-start economic recovery through the formation and growth of new businesses.” According to its bipartisan sponsors, another purpose of the Startup Act is employing Americans and fostering research … [Read more...] about Startup Act – What it Means for Startups and Raising Funds