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    Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest – Part 6: Deal Terms

    Tom Walker Note: “Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest” is a multi-part Entrepreneur Toolkit series based on Rev1 Ventures Capital Access Learning Lab....

    Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest – Part 5: Investor Outreach

    Tom Walker, Rev1 Ventures President and CEO Note: “Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest” is a multi-part Entrepreneur Toolkit series based on Rev1...

    Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest – Part 4

    Institutional Funding/Venture Capital – Due Diligence - Tom Walker, Rev1 Ventures President and CEO Note: “Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest” is a...

    Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest – Part 3

    Institutional Funding/Venture Capital – Building Your Investor List - Tom Walker, Rev1 Ventures President and CEO Note: “Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the...

    Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest – Part 2: Core Metrics Worksheet Tool

    Tom Walker, Rev1 Ventures President and CEO Note: “Rules for Startups Raising Capital in the Midwest” is a multi-part Entrepreneur Toolkit series based on Rev1...

    Shipping and Shopping

    Founders of startups who are raising funding for their companies can feel like they are the only ones who are fighting an uphill battle...

    Nationwide Doubles Down Expanding Investment Fund to $350M

    Nationwide is expanding its investment fund that targets high-growth startups products, services, and technology that can benefit Nationwide customers. Nationwide’s original $100 million fund drew interest from startups looking to partner with Nationwide not only for capital but access to customers, expertise, and its Fortune 100 brand recognition.

    Columbus Startup eFuse Raises $6M

    Written by Elio Harmon of 614Startups Matthew Benson and the team at eFuse are not slowing down. After adding over 500,000 new users in 2020,...

    Cincy Startup Resquared Lands Investment From Y Combinator

    Written by Elio Harmon of 614Startups

    Cincinnati-based startup Resquared is joining the Winter 2021 batch of the venerable Silicon Valley seed money startup accelerator Y Combinator. With a list of unicorns like Stripe, Cruise Automation, DoorDash, Airbnb, and Twitch, Y Combinator’s program has a proven track record of identifying, funding and helping to scale high-growth startups.

    Investor FOMO

    Sponsored Post by Ryan Frederick of AWH

    Investors can be elusive and misunderstood by many Founders. There is a great mystery behind how some founders and startups manage to get access to investors and funding from them while others don’t. For many Founders and startups, working the normal process, if there even is one, doesn’t get them access and awareness with investors, let alone the funding they are seeking. The truth is, investors are just like everyone else and they don’t want to miss out on a good thing. The more Founders can create the fear of missing out (FOMO) with investors the more likely they are to get funding for their company.

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