Bootstrapping and Fundraising

New York Winter 2013 Semester

What are the various ways to capitalize your company in the very beginning? How do you ask friends and family for money to support you? What are the advantages and disadvantages of bootstrapping? What do local angel investors require before making an investment? How do you develop a target list of appropriate angel investors? What materials are required to raise angel investment? What milestones should you look to achieve next? How do you set your six month and twelve month objectives in the very beginning? How should you think about selling the business or exiting the business?

Goal:
Capitalize the business.

Date:
2014-04-09, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.50
Andrew Lee
Entrepreneur-in-Residence / Senior Advisor, U.S. Small Business Administration

Andrew Lee is the Co-Founder and CEO of Esper Technologies, Inc. Esper's scheduling software streamlines communication, automates tasks, and provides context for important meetings. In doing so, executives and their assistants save time and are more effective. Esper is ...

8.47
Paul Grossinger
Member, New York Angels

Paul Grossinger is a New York City mobile technology entrepreneur and angel investor. He is the co-founder of Pervasive Group Inc. and a member of New York Angels, Jumpstart New Jersey, and Delaware Crossing. Paul mentors for Founder Institute and the Techlaunch acceler...

8.67
Jeff Stewart
Founder & CEO, Lenddo

Jeff Stewart is the Founder of Lenddo, the world’s first online community that empowers the emerging middle class to use their online social connections to build their creditworthiness and access local financial services. Jeff is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor,...

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