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How to Prep Your Financial Info for Investors

Seeking funding for your startup? Of course, you know you’ll need to present your financials to prospective investors. But what does that mean, exactly?

Congrats, You’ve Just Secured Funding. Now What?

This is it! The moment you’ve been waiting for through those long hours of working to translate a fledgling idea into a real business. You’ve got funding.

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Funding for Entrepreneurs from Underrepresented Communities

Kim Folsom, CEO and founder of LIFT Development Enterprises and Founders First Capital Partners, and BJ Lackland, CEO of Lighter Capital, discussed what makes RBF unique and attractive, and shed light on whey it can be an effective option for women and minorities.

New $15 Million Fund for Intuit QuickBooks Developers

Working with Intuit, we're thrilled to announce a new $15 million fund to support Intuit developers and the QuickBooks platform.

How to pitch investors

8 Tips for Pitching Startup Investors

How can you optimize your pitch to get investors to say yes? Start by ensuring you’re nailing the basics. Here are eight tips to guide you.

Answers to 4 Key Questions about Raising Startup Capital

Whether you're looking for angel investors or considering debt financing, understanding your funding options and the capital stack is key to scaling your company.

4 Startup Milestones to Reach Before Raising Series A

Many companies want to raise their Series A round before they're ready, but coming unprepared to such a competitive space can be detrimental to your company's future funding prospects or even harmful to your reputation.

6 Bootstrapping Strategies From CEOs Who Made It to $100MM ARR

Bootstrapped companies that make it big—say, to $100M ARR—without relying on venture capital or angel investors are looked on with something like awe.