So your business is more than an idea: it’s gotten off the ground, thanks in part to your investment of time, effort and brilliant business savvy. Of course, to get to this point, no one can forget that much needed initial raise of capital from self-financing, good old family and friends, angel investors, or a
Whether you’re paying rent, payroll or a plethora of other operating expenses, launching a startup requires capital. When Wall Street VC firms and angel investors aren’t knocking down the door with sacks full of money, many entrepreneurs turn to their closest social circles for a so-called “Friends and Family round” of fundraising. Family members and
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