Venture Deals

12 minute affiliate marketing

There are many ways to get funding for your new business. You could try and get a loan from a bank, get paying and profitable customers from day 1, or approach family and friends for some seed capital.

However, in many instances, and for many reasons, you might want to consider raising money from a venture capital firm.

As the authors of Venture Deals point out, fundraising is an incredibly complex topic, made even more complicated by the fact that you’ll probably only go through the process once or twice in your entire lifetime.

Being smart about how you do it, and avoiding the many pitfalls that might come back to haunt you later on, is critical.

Join us for the next 10 minutes as we explore what venture capital is, and how to approach it once you decide it’s the path you want to take.

The Players In Venture Capital

If you’ve seen The Shark Tank, you get the gist. VCs are people who make bets on companies in return for a percentage of the equity in a company. Most of the VCs expect to see a return on their money in 5-7 years, usually in the form of a distribution from the sale of your company.

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