HomeBusiness1 Business IdeaFunding a Startup: Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists and the like

Getting money to fund a startup takes guts. Guts to begin a startup and guts to find money to fund your startup. There is a difference between funding a dog sitting business, which could mean less than $500 versus finding $25,000, $75,000, or even $150,000 worth of funds to start your business, such as a retail store.

Then there’s the Angel investors and Venture Capitalists that invest upwards of $500,000 to $1,000,000 and part of your company.

Well Paul Graham of Y Combinator discusses the various funding channels for startups and what has happened in the last few years, the shakeups that have occurred and what it currently means for those looking for funding. Check him out.


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