by Vadim Slavin and Steve Blank
Many entrepreneurs are asking us here at Startup Monthly: "when is the right time to raise the money?". This is a very valid question. Given that it takes around 3-4 months to raise the needed funds for a young startup, founders have a dilemma on their hands. Start raising too late and they are running the risk of running out of steam. Start raising too early and the risk is that investor will be more skeptical and will ask for more in return.
Another good question is "why should I raise money from investors?".
by Ashley Vanni
Ashley Nicolei attended Startup Social with Startup Monthly last Thursday night at SupperclubSF. Growing up in Silicon Valley, Ashley has always had an appreciation for technology, development, innovative ideas, and orchestrators. When she caught wind of the startup social being held at San Francisco's very own Supperclub, the savvy little writer knew she had to attend.
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