Most companies that raise money from angel investors will go onto raise several more rounds of finance. This coursebook discusses the issues relating to both emergency and planned funding rounds after the first angel investment round has completed. Up and down rounds are explained. It describes the different types of investors who invest in these rounds, including explaining what they are looking for. How to set the timetable for a funding round is explained. Reference is also made to more complicated funding structures, such as debt funding and liquidation preference.
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Publisher BIC Subject & Qualifiers: KJH
BookScan Product Class Code: S4.2
BookScan Product Class Text: Management & Business: General
BISAC Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship (BUS025000)
Technical Specifications: 21.5cm X 27cm – 330gr – 84 pages - Paperback