When VC funding is drying up, tech founders should take 3 key steps to adapt and survive. First, assess your product against market changes. Second, review and optimize your capital expenditures. Third, explore alternative funding streams.
"Your project sounds cool, but I'm not sure it's VC fundable". If you're raising funds, you may have heard those words. It is important to understand what VC fundability is, why it's important, and how you can become VC fundable.
Should you use an external advisor to help raise funds for your startup? In this post, I want to give you the playbook on working with a fundraising advisor: is it a good idea for you, how to pick the right one, and what you should expect?