How to Avoid Scams, Find Investors, and Lead Like the Best

Happy Monday everyone! I wanted to share an interview I did recently on startups and fundraising with the Finance Videos Network.


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We cover a lot of great topics, like leadership, finding investors, and red flags founders should look out for.

Here are some interesting points:

2:40: What great leadership looks like in early stage startups.

5:02: How to find investors.

6:30: What if you didn’t go to Harvard or Stanford?

8:18: When is the right time to raise money?

9:30: How to do a first meeting with an investor.

10:26: Signs that an investor is a fraud.

11:48: Should founders move to a tech center?

What do you think of today’s funding environment? What did we miss?

Leave a comment at the bottom and let me know!

More on tech:

The Startup Metrics That Make Investors Drool

How Startup Founders Get Scammed

The Founders: The Story of PayPal

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