While most entrepreneurs think of VC funding as the most obvious way of funding their startups, there are actually many different ways in which you can fund your startup.
Getting Risk Capital I.E. Angel Investors Or Venture Capitalist – VCs
Angel investors or VCs are investors who give you capital in exchange of equity in the company.
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(My response below, to the above question on Quora)
Different investors participate in different stages of a venture. Angel investors invest at the very early stages – when the founders only have an idea or when the idea is being or has been developed into a prototype. They provide enough capital for the idea to be tested and proven in the market, so that another set of investors can bring in more capital after the model is proven and when the venture needs more money to take the proven model to a wider base.
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