Startup Funding Explained: Everything You Need to Know

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This explains the mechanics really well, but actually implementing is easier said than done. Also this only really applies to tech startups that have a ridiculously high market potential (aka selling to almost every person on the planet, in some way). Great video all in all!

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Thank you so much for this video demonstration. I'm a visual learner and this has helped me tremendously! I'm collecting research for my startup company and will launch it next year after I graduate with my degree in economics. I want to wish everyone luck and good fortune on their business adventure and I can't wait to see what you all are capable of accomplishing.

Author — Jessica Machiavelli


I remember the basics from cost accounting, but the "startups" context is very much appreciated. Thanks for putting this together in an easy-to-follow way.

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I am entrepreneur myself. I thought its easy to understand how this funding process work, but over a period of Time I realized I am not getting the actual knowledge and It was very unclear to me. Now, within 5 minutes you explained everything so easily. High five buddy

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1. Small talk and business talk are important in pitching a startup.
2. A clear vision and concept are necessary for success.
3. Tough questions will be asked, and competition will be present.
4. Legal incorporation and structure are necessary for a successful company.
5. Milestones and vesting of shares are important considerations.
6. A competent team and special idea are crucial for investors.
7. Business plans may not be as important as the team and idea.
8. Achievements and potential success are key factors in attracting investors.
9. Valuation and investment will be discussed.
10. Differentiation and sparking interest are important in attracting investors.

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great job @The Rest Of Us ! thank you for this amazingly simplified version of startup funding ! very informative :)
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I'm an MBA student and this is incredibly well explained.
There was not one unnecessary bit of information, which is rare to find. The narrator is great!

Author — Jo B


never in the history of start-up youtube videos has so much information been portrayed so clearly in so few seconds. thanks for the great video.

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