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This is a guest post from Derick Michael who is the SEO expert over at Firon Marketing, which is a strategic digital marketing agency in NYC. Imagine that you have an amazing product and you’re ready to introduce it to the market. So, you decide to design a website to show it off to the
dEmbarking on a Series A funding round requires intention and precision. No matter if you’re busy choosing venture capital (VC) investors or creating your perfect pitch deck, having your ducks in a row is beneficial. When it comes to the term sheet, however, your negotiating skills can either make or break you. But we can
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As an eager business owner, the pitch deck for your Series A is often the first thing on your to-do list. This item is one of the more exciting parts, after all. But just as we’ve described in this entire blog post series, the strategy is everything. Take a step back and slow down to
It’s a delicate balance, deriving energy from natural resources while sustaining a thriving ecosystem. But cleantech companies are up for the challenge. While these businesses are watching over the environment, though, who is protecting them? In this post, we highlight some of the risks these companies face and how the right insurance policy can support
No hard and fast rules exist regarding prerequisites for your Series A fundraising strategy but consider these insider guidelines to get the most out of your professional pursuits.
Purchasing the right D&O insurance policy means understanding vital details. Here are some “red flags” to watch for when reviewing your plan.
Choosing a claims-made vs. occurrence insurance policy for your startup or mid-sized company means knowing the pros and cons. We’ve got the details for you!
Plunging in a Series A funding round typically means two things. For starters, you’re on the brink of a massive and profitable (hopefully) business venture. And secondly, you’re likely losing sleep because of all the details on your to-do list. Before attempting to tick off any more tasks, let’s slow down and talk about finding
Most fast-growth companies tend to have one concern in common: legitimacy. The “real deal” companies go far, after all. Perhaps you’re ready to move past the seedling stage and are trying to attract quality leadership to your board of directors. Or, you’re embarking on a Series A funding round to harness professional momentum. No matter
Micromobility companies across the globe have progressed significantly in the past several years. This momentum only showcases consumer demand for last-mile transportation. And that’s just for starters. Here’s a roundup of 2019 happenings and what to expect from the micromobility space in 2020.
We spoke with Justin Bailey of Fig (since acquired by Republic) about his experience on successfully closing a Series A round. He has some great tips and shares important lessons for founders embarking on their funding journey. Tell me a little bit about yourself and why you founded Fig? I’m Justin Bailey, Founder and CEO of
Meredith from Fundera evaluates the best short and medium term financing options for startups. Find out which one is right for your business.