Tag: due diligence

Minute Books
Posted on: June 12, 2018 Posted by: Guest Comments: 0

What The F || What the Finance: Minute Books

By  Kwang Lim and James Struthers Too long; didn’t read (TL;DR): minute books are extremely important; if not kept or poorly kept can result in fines, delays, loss of financing, and unnecessary stress; and corporate record keeping is affordable and easy to access. If you don’t know what a minute book …

Raising a Round
Posted on: April 9, 2018 Posted by: Keith Ippel Comments: 0

Slideshare: Making Time for your Round

Getting Ready to Raise a Round Getting ready to raise for a round can be daunting for an entrepreneur. The process can be time consuming, challenging and nerve wracking. We’ve created a Slideshare with our top tips and strategies for making time for a successful and fruitful round as well …

Spring Activator Weekly Idea Roundup
Posted on: February 1, 2018 Posted by: Chin Chang Comments: 0

Weekly Tech Roundup: Feb 1, 2018

1. Government Accepting Applications for $400 Million Venture Capital Catalyst Initiative The Canadian government is accepting expressions of interest for its $400 million Venture Capital Catalyst Initiative starting today. The $400 million — managed by BDC over three years — will be given to VCs that meet specific criteria. Read …