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Posted on: May 8, 2018 Posted by: Chin Chang Comments: 1

The Comprehensive Guide To Raising Good Seed Capital

 To start, let’s clarify a few things about Spring, and about raising money: We’re not investors – the advice we give here will support you in raising a round that’s most beneficial for YOU, not to try to prime you for expectations of dilution that investors are looking for. …

Posted on: March 23, 2018 Posted by: Keith Ippel Comments: 0

Funding Roundup – Mar 23, 2018

This instalment of the funding roundup includes a couple of big investment centric conferences, an update on grant funding in Canada, and a pitch event for BC entrepreneurs. 1. Big Ideas to Change the world: Meet funders at Katipult Katipult Future Fest 2018 is happening in Oslo May 14-16th. Join this …

Spring Activator Weekly Idea Roundup
Posted on: March 15, 2018 Posted by: Chin Chang Comments: 0

Weekly Tech Roundup – Mar 15, 2018

In this week’s Tech Roundup, check out a handy Seed Deck template from YCombinator, a new chrome extension to help you donate to charities, a burger flipping robot fry cook, a list of Accelerators and Incubators in Canada (Including our own Impact Startup Visa Program) and how to get people …

Spring Activator Weekly Idea Roundup
Posted on: February 2, 2018 Posted by: Keith Ippel Comments: 0

Weekly Funding Roundup: Feb 2, 2018

Hi everyone, here’s the latest installment of my Funding Roundup. 1. Funds and investors leading in diversity2. A global movement of funding and startups in Africa3. Practical advice post-round4. A pitch opportunity for CleanTech Companies at the Globe 2018 Conference. 1. Diversity, and accountability, in VC Funds I had the opportunity …

Posted on: January 17, 2018 Posted by: Hope Yi Comments: 0

The Stranger Things of Closing Investors

By Paul BrassardManaging Partner – Volition Spoiler alert: this piece was inspired by Stranger Things – proceed with caution. I’m often asked how to close investors. To be honest, the way I do it is a bit upside down from what I know to be the norm. The norm that …