Perhaps the first issue an entrepreneur needs to face is “How strong is the business case for this new venture idea?” Every founder needs to answer that question to prevent over-investing themselves and to be prepared for the legitimate skepticism of others. The list that follows probes the strength of the business case systematically … […]
By David Kaplan - March 17th, 2009 No comments
Many start-ups literally spend years chasing venture capital funding. Now, sometimes that perseverance makes sense, but often it does not. Still, once an entrepreneur has decided that her enterprise is suited to VC investment it can be difficult if not impossible to change her mind.