Raising venture capital can be tricky, especially for first-time founders. Bridging the gap between founding your company and getting traction can be an especially perilous task. How do founders bridge the gap from the earliest stages of their business without institutional investment? They often rely on friends, family, and other early supporters. Learn from a panel of entrepreneurs about how they found support for their idea and raised money from individuals, before going to venture capitalists.
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