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How early in the startup process should you start seriously thinking about writing your pitch deck for investors?

When is a reasonable time to do this?...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Finding and Choosing Investors
asked: UTC 2020-07-22 07:19 PM
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What can you do to prevent a new startup from being to capital-intensive?

I am embarking on a journey by opening a start up business in the software and tech industry. I don't have much capital to start with, so wondering if anyone has any tips and tricks to prevent a new startup from being capital intensive....

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Incorporating a Startup
asked: UTC 2020-07-25 09:44 AM
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What should you expect to pay a pitch deck consultant when preparing for your first presentation to angel investors?

Angel investors are the ones who are directly responsible for providing business start up, so it seems necessary to find a pitch deck consultant for the first presentation to angel investors. I was wondering how much are we expected to pay? How do you determine the reasonable cost per the consultant...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Angel Investing
asked: UTC 2020-07-26 05:51 PM
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I have chased lucrative opportunities to start a business, but after the dividend period is over, it is difficult for our startups to survive. What should we do?

This year, my friend and I have partnered to import a new material from abroad, and our business has been good.  Recently, however, some enterprises in our country have also begun to produce this kind of material, and more enterprises produce it, resulting in a sharp drop in product sales and ...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Basics of Founding a Startup Tags: Dividend Business Profit competition entrepreneurship
asked: UTC 2020-08-11 08:46 AM
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As a new angel investor, is it wiser to specialize in a single industry or sector, or "cast a wide net" across different categories?

Diversity is king when it comes to stock portfolios. Does the same hold true for angel investing or should I focus on specific areas?...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Angel Investing Tags: angel investing seed funding crowdfunding
asked: UTC 2020-07-21 09:00 PM
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Which online tools for incorporating your business provide the best bang for your buck?

I'm launching a new startup and investigating the best way to incorporate my startup. I'd thought about just having a lawyer do it, but I believe the online experience is such that it makes the most sense to save money and do it that way.   Unfortunately, the number of tools online to do this...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Incorporating a Startup Tags: startup business llc c corp online tools
asked: UTC 2020-09-04 06:20 PM
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What are the pros and cons of hiring a "finder" to locate venture capitalists?

We all know the important role venture capitalists play in providing capital to companies in exfihchange for equity stake. I was wondering if one should hire a finder to locate venture capitalists? If so, what are some advantages and disadvantages? And how do you find an ideal finder as well?...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Incorporating a Startup
asked: UTC 2020-07-28 01:29 AM
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Is the Guy Kawasaki model of creating a pitch deck still the best approach for today's Angel Investors and VC firms?

Coach Kelvin wrote an interesting article on the 10/20/30 approach and Guy's pitch deck template. It's a great analysis of the book's key points and a quick read for anyone interested.   https://coachkelvin.com/why-startups-need-a-pitch-deck-template-with-the-10-20-30-rule/   There are...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Pitch Decks Tags: investing vc
asked: UTC 2020-11-19 11:59 AM
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What is "concierge prototyping", and what kind of startups tend to use it?

How would I decide if this is the right approach for my startup?...

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Basics of Founding a Startup Tags: prototyping
asked: UTC 2020-08-03 07:17 PM
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How do you figure out a path to product acceptance for a new startup?

I am looking forward to open an e commerce start up business and trying to figure out a path towards product acceptance....

Topic: Startup and Venture Capital ,    Subtopic: Incorporating a Startup
asked: UTC 2020-08-03 11:00 PM
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