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Articles Tagged - pitch

5 Reasons Why New Entrepreneurs Should Consider Equity Crowdfunding

By Startup Valley, Posted in Entrepreneurs

In times when traditional sources of capital are drying up, smart startups have turned to crowdfunding as an exciting alternative to traditional investors—one with the power to change the entire economic landscape in favor of small businesses. The concept of equity crowdfunding is fairly simple to understand. Title III of the JOBS Act allows anyone to become an equity investor. Previously, a start-up in need of funding had a very limited number of investors they might persuade to contribute money to... read more.

What to Know Before Equity Crowdfunding

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

The overwhelming popularity of crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter has demonstrated how eager American startup companies are to access new capital raising possibilities. While most of the well-known crowdfunding sites are based around incentives and rewards, StartupValley is based around equity crowdfunding.Made possible by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, equity crowdfunding puts the possibility of investment into private companies in the hands of the average person. StartupValley is uniquely posit... read more.

Your Crowdfunding Pitch: What to Include

By Startup Valley, Posted in Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is a proven method of securing funding for your startup business. Since the inception of crowdfunding, entrepreneurs have offered perks and rewards to their investors. With the upcoming approval of Title III of the JOBS Act, startup companies will be able to begin providing equity in their company in return for investment through equity crowdfunding. However, success with crowdfunding depends on a well-crafted video pitch. Your pitch must include a number of essential features, including s... read more.

What Investors Look For In a Startup

By Startup Valley, Posted in Investors

Many successful startup companies are responsible for introducing a product or service to market that has made a significant impact. This is one of the core factors that most investors will consider upon making a decision to fund your business. Of course, there are plenty more important aspects to analyze, somehave been listed below.PersonalityChances are, you’re heavily focused on the product you're trying to bring to market, but investors want to know some information about you. Specifically, they a... read more.

4 Reasons Why Equity Crowdfunding Will Be Successful

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

Equity crowdfunding is a way of raising startup funds for your business in exchange for shared equity. Many market analysts are predicting that it will become a popular way for businesses to gather funds to get their business off the ground. Listed below are four reasons why equity crowdfunding will be successful.Low-Cost Advertising One of the main advantages for startups is they have a chance to spread the word cheaply and efficiently about their business. Social media is a critical component to the succe... read more.

Tips for Entrepreneurs: Pitch, Marketing, and Preparation

By Startup Valley, Posted in Entrepreneurs

Building awareness and promoting your new business idea is time consuming and takes lots of effort. There are multiple strategies that can be applied when in the process of launching your startup, but make sure not to spread yourself to thin. If you are currently waiting for the SEC to finalize the crowdfunding regulations and think that your business is all ready to go, think again. Consider tackling a few of the tips listed below in the meantime. Market YourselfOne of the most important things that c... read more.

4 Tips on Pitching Your Idea to an Investor

By Startup Valley, Posted in Entrepreneurs

You’ve got an idea that’s revolutionary. You’ve come to the conclusion that the pros of starting your own business outweigh the cons, and you’re ready to put your idea into motion. You’ve decided to take the road to entrepreneurship – this project is your passion and you’re willing to take financial risks to make it happen. However, when determining the overhead costs, or how much money it would take to simply operate your business, you’ve realized that you ma... read more.

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