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Seed Fund-Raising

The initial capital raised by a company is typically called “seed” capital. This brief guide is a summary of what startup founders need to know about raising the seed funds critical to getting their company off the ground.

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How to Fund a Startup | YCombinator, Paul Graham essay
YCombinator, Paul Graham essay "Venture...

A Guide to Seed Fundraising
YCombinator, Introduction Startup compani...

How Much Money To Raise | AVC, Fred Wilson
AVC, Fred Wilson, 2011: "I spent some time...

What Kind of Seed Round Should You Raise?
Raising capital is really difficult, no ma...

Benchmarks in SaaS for Seed and Series A Rounds in 2017 – SaaStr
I’m often asked by founders what milestone...

Safes are not bad for entrepreneurs
YCombinator, June 2017: "Pascal Levensohn ...

Tool to help entrepreneurs understand dilution from SAFEs
Angelcalc models the conversion of safes a...

TED talk: David S. Rose, 10 things to know before you pitch a VC for
Thinking startup? David S. Rose's rapid-fi...

Writing a Business Plan | Sequoia Capital
Sequoia Capital guide: You can find our g...

Don’t Tax Options And RSUs Upon Vesting! | AVC, Fred Wilson
AVC, Fred Wilson blog, 2017: “And that wo...

A handy guide to financial support for open source
GitHub lemonade-stand - A handy guide ...

I Slept With 65 VCs and Learned These Things | | Observer
This startup stuff is an emotional roller ...

How raising a $2+M Seed Round really, actually went
A couple of days ago, I closed a little ov...


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