Financing Your Startup
Now that you have a solid business plan – and you will need a solid business plan – it is time to raise the capital you need to grow your business successfully. Unfortunately, seeking venture capital or Seed capital to fund your startup is not always as straightforward as it may initially seem. While the 21st century has brought many investors with significant cash to invest in companies, it is also rife with investors or individuals you don’t want to be part of your company.
Our team at Fridman Law Firm PLLC can help you brainstorm on how to successfully navigate matters involving:
- Receiving generous financing terms
- Scaling your company and its products and services quickly
- Developing a prototype
- Protecting your company’s intellectual property (IP)
- Hiring employees
- Engaging independent contractors
- Reaching new markets
- Developing joint ventures
- Growing your network
Our energetic thought partners are highly knowledgeable and experienced business law attorneys. Put our innovative legal advocacy in your corner.
Finding Funding For Your Startup
Depending on the nature of your startup, financing your startup may come from one or a combination of these sources:
- Friends and family
- Strategic partners
- Venture capital firms
- Angels or angel networks
- Government grants
- Private equity, hedge funds, and family offices
Approaching potential funding sources can be a daunting task on your own. The process can be smoother when you have assistance from an experienced attorney who has the insight for strategically communicating with credible capital sources.