Best fundraising advice – make your business better



Parker Conrad, founder at startup HR software company Zenefits, recalls his experience looking for seed capital and Ron Conway, founder at venture capital firm SV Angel, and Marc Andreessen, founder of early browser company Netscape and venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, add their own tips and advice to this.







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1. If investors are not asking about your business, you likely need to improve it or communicate about it more.

2. Make sure you bootstrap on costs as long as possible to give your startup the best chance of reaching the point where investors are interested.

3. The easiest way to get investment is to have a great business!



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