Andera, Creative Circle maximize efficiency, minimize funding needs
As startups requiring less than $1 million in seed funding are becoming more common, VCs are starting to offer smaller financing packages
Emerging technology companies that had been unable to find investors willing to fund the seed amounts ($1 million or less) are suddenly finding more options available to them. Early-stage financing is on the rise.
Full Story: Investing in the 'gap': New focus on seed stage Source: Mass High Tech, April 6th, 2007 Added on May 10th, 2007 at 12:01 am, by Judy He
Increasingly, careful and skilled entrepreneurs are simply able to do more with less, and so they are only asking for what they need, and venture capitalists are beginning to realize they have to cater to this segment.
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