You want to buy a new company, expand operations, acquire a business, or raise capital. You’ve decided to go for venture capital funding versus a bank loan for a multitude of reasons from the risks involved to the amount you need to carry out your plan.
Do you know as much as you’d like about gaining capital? Most people don’t. Their expertise is in their business, not in capital funding. Here are ways to protect yourself from vultures, deals you can’t afford, and the nightmares of both.
Some quick explanations:
A venture capitalist (VC) is a person, group of people, company, or group of companies with money to invest in your business.
A VC broker represents you (or possibly a VC) and arranges the parties to create a deal. This article is about working with the broker.
To read the full, original article click on this link: 9 Things You Should Know About Dealing With Venture-Capital Brokers