start-ups

A Book Review – “Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management”, 3rd Edition Jack M. Kaplan (Columbia Business School), Anthony Warren (Pennsylvania State University)

Two weeks ago, I was posted a review copy of the “Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management”, which was a big change in my financial lectures. I was a bit tired of reading about trading patterns, changing curves or perfect set-ups, so I said to myself – why not read a book about managing your own business?Read More »A Book Review – “Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management”, 3rd Edition Jack M. Kaplan (Columbia Business School), Anthony Warren (Pennsylvania State University)

How are early-stage startups valued for angel investments?

This below is one of doitinvest.com answers to the linkedin questions there. It might be interesting for you, though.

I tend to agree with what has been written below. If you have a project, you should do first an evaluation of it by yourself, then build a solid business plan. The business plan will help you to drive the start-up through the early phases of the development, who are the most critical. It also helps you to clarify what the start-up should be doing and how. Then, and only then, you should present this plan to potential investors.

 

Every “angel” has his/her own metrics of measurement, but obviously two are always on their sight:

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