Money, funding and compensation
Startups need to make key financial decisions. Get started here. Then visit our section on startup finance for more information.
A company’s compensation structure must be competitive to attract and retain employees while remaining cost effective.
Despite a tight budget, startups must build a strong management team that inspires investor confidence. Here’s how.
Examine the many factors when establishing the amount of funding required for your business.
Download a sample template of a subscription agreement, a key document to finalize with investors before they will finance your business.
Once you’ve got a great technology idea, to take it to the next level, you’ll need money to develop it. Here is an overview of how you can finance your idea.
Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) protect confidential information that startups share with potential stakeholders.
Learn the basics of establishing an employee stock option plan (ESOP).
When negotiating a term sheet, understand the perspectives of what you are trying to achieve and what the investor is thinking about.
Key factors that investors look for when investing in your startup: business model, execution plan, financial roadmap and more.
Once you’ve engaged an investor and they’re interested in your opportunity, they will conduct due diligence.