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I tried to put all the basic resources in one place…
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Convertible Note Seed Financings
How Convertible Debt Works
Orrick Convertible Note Term Sheet Creator
Convertible Note Template
Why Convertible Notes Are Sometimes Terrible For Startups
Revisiting Paul Graham’s “High Resolution” Financing
Is Convertible Debt Preferable to Equity?
Series Seed is a Viable Option
I Put $100k into My Startup and Now I Want to Raise Capital from VCs — Should I Treat this $100k as a Loan? What’s Fair?
If your startup is really hot, investors probably won’t object to having your $100k treated as a loan. However, most investors don’t like the idea of their capital going to payback founder loans. After all, they are investing in the company and want 100% of their capital to be put into growing the business.
With this in mind, it may be in your best interest to consider your investment as a non-reimbursable expense. That’s what investors would prefer.
The Best Startup Investor Pitch Deck
Best Pitch Deck Examples on SlideShare
6 Awesome Investor Pitch Decks
The Pitch Deck That Helped A Startup Land $6 Million
Here is a link to Brad Feld’s take on how convertible debt financing works…
Every founder should look into the “Safe Financing Documents” by Y Combinator.
The Safe (simple agreement for future equity) is intended to replace convertible notes in most cases, and we think it addresses many of the problems with convertible notes while preserving their flexibility. In addition to being simpler and clearer, we intend the safe to remain fair to both investors and founders.
Battery Ventures’ Brian O’Malley talks about AngelList Syndicates and how they’ll change the ecosystem.
What’s the real difference between angels and venture capitalists and which should I choose?
Jon Medved is the founder of OurCrowd, an Israeli online crowd-funding platform.
A. Raul Hernandez
Audit and Advisory Partner
Hood & Strong, LLP
How do you get VC funded in NY city? Find out…
- Brad Burnham, Partner, Union Square Ventures
- Amish Jani, Founder & Managing Director, FirstMark Capital
- Brian Hirsch, Managing Partner, Tribeca Venture Partners
- David Silverman, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Venture Capital Leaders in the UK and Portugal.
* Anne Glover — CEO, Amadeus Capital Partners, London (UK)
* José da Franca — Chairman, Portugal Ventures, Lisbon
Dana Mead joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a partner in May 2005 to work in the firm’s life sciences practice. He leverages experience accrued from his venture-funded, startup management roles and board participation to support entrepreneurs and innovators dedicated to making a real difference in the lives of millions suffering from life-limiting diseases. Dana serves on the boards of Apnicure, Awarepoint, Corventis, Inspire Medical Systems, Intersect ENT, Invuity, Pulmonx, Spiracur, Spinal Modulation, Teladoc and Voyage Medical.
We just got off a Skype call today with Deep Malhotra, Partner at Gemini New Media Ventures LLP. We were talking about why US investors should consider investing in Indian startups. Here’s a video of Deep participating on a panel discussion focused on the same topic…