Emerging companies looking to raise capital from outside investors most commonly do so via one of three different structures: preferred stock, convertible debt, or other convertible instruments. Learn the differences of each structure to carefully evaluate which is best for your business.
Early-stage businesses have multiple choices when it comes to fundraising. Learn about a few current alternatives to institutional venture capital funding.
While venture capital firms are still the most active investors in the startup community, more and more large corporations are investing in early stage startups through separate investment divisions. This guide explains the process of taking funding from a strategic investor.
MoFo partner Tim Harris explains what distinguishes a follow-on round from an initial round of financing, including the relationship between Series A and Series B investors in a follow-on round and how these relationships inform future series of investors. Watch this video to learn more.
MoFo partner Tim Harris explains founder restricted stock, including how these stocks benefit the company and the founder. Watch this video to learn more.