What are the stakeholders looking for in the present league of the VCs? Take a deep dive into the psychology involved through the blog.
In the previous blog, we focused on the things which as an investor one doesn't think about when starting with the angel investment journey. Considering the hiccups that one might face by investing directly in the startup, retail investors have a saviour called "Angel Fund"
Yes, we have all seen the glamorous side of startup investment, but before you invest in any startup as an angel investor, there are a few things you should know and think about.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls & looks like work. - Thomas Edison
In this note, lets peep into - What makes the companies to grow or the other way round ? We have come across companies who inspire / despite raising a sizeable sum of money , fail to grow and throw despair to the investors .
This is the 3rd part of the series on Start -up Investing - a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system.
This is the 2 nd part of the series on Start -up Investing - a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system
This is a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system With the exposure today, startups are welcomed more openly. The word - unicorn - soonicorn are becoming verbs in akin to copier as in 'Xerox'.
With the introduction of “Subscription Economy” across business models and industries , the majority of startups now are basing their valuations on the subscription charges.
As every creature in universe talks and share the information to each other in their language either through sensing, speaking or through the gesture, same way the business talks to its owner or its management using numbers, infographics, data comparison drive through MIS which help the business owner to take complicated decision on time to subsist in the market.
With the year wrapping up, retrospection sets in. Its always advised to move forward and not look back, but I beg to differ.