As a startup, no matter how your idea or prototype is good, you need money to survive. According to a research study, 29% of startups fail because they ran out of cash. In order to survive, you need to attract investors whether with early-stage funding or late-stage funding.
Last year marked a record year for investment in Pittsburgh technology companies driven by a $741 million or 397% increase in dollars invested by venture capitalists and a $1.7 billion or 688% increase in dollars invested by corporate investors. But how can you attract capital and fuel your growth? Join Duquesne University Small Business Center and find out!
In this webinar, they will talk about:
- The Pittsburgh Ecosystem
- Sources of Funds
- Bootstrapping, Crowdfunding, Angel Investors, Venture Capital, SBIR & STTR
- Investment Structures
- Start-Up Financing Cycle
- How Much Do You Need?
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Speaker: Michele Migliuolo, Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Entrepreneurship, Duquesne University