Funding is available. The problem is startups not positioning themselves to attract investors.
Tech executives happily pay lip service to diversity, but precious few financially support underprivileged groups.
Crowdfunding, universities and government programs can be attractive options for people who want to start a business without giving up too much equity.
Stop looking for investors and keep more money in your bank account.
Austin-based music tech startup Prism has raised a $2.2 million seed round. Prism’s software simplifies the booking and management of live music events. Last night, Prism hosted the Annual Music Tech Mashup and is hosting the SXSW Official Live Music Meet-up at Empire Control Room from 4-7PM on Wednesday, March… Continue Reading
Here’s how Paul Rabil — the sport’s first million-dollar athlete — raised the necessary capital to make the PLL a reality.
Audiobyte, creators of the popular music clip app Gifnote, has announced plans to extend its latest round of venture capital after “blowing past” its initial $6 million goal. The round, which was led by Manhattan-based Evolution VC Partners, will now be joined by Northwood Ventures, which provided earlier angel-stage funding…. Continue Reading
Here’s how to meet investors and give your business the best chance at success.
The type of funding you should pursue depends on your business’s value and scalability.
Take heart, because there are other paths to take to launch a company — some very popular, and others virtually unknown.