Fresh ideas and novel processes from partners can get you out of a stagnant phase and into more productive cycles.
They come with access to a wide network of resources like incubators, research organizations, and useful public information.
While the limelight may be tempting, securing a spot on the show is still a long way from guaranteeing success.
Your pitch has to persuade people that your startup is going to be successful, but also that you’re the one who will take it there.
With a coaching business, you are the brand and the product, so you have to market yourself in a way that reflects your approach
Before charging ahead with fundraising, think carefully about how different pathways can accelerate your company’s vision, and what you might have to sacrifice in the process.
Investors aren’t in short supply, but the investment opportunity that fits you is harder to come by. Make sure you’re in the right spaces and talking to the right people.
The COVID-19 crisis has proven that there is even greater scope for small ventures to successfully branch into new markets
Some of the most successful B2B companies were launched during crises including Slack, Zoom, and Square.
Understanding how the sector operates and finding your niche will empower you to successfully close the right angel investor for your startup.