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Impressions on the Pacific Northwest Market

Due to the very impressive growth of the Pacific Northwest as a startup and tech market, EGFS has decided to expand in both cities. As we grow in 2018 in this area, we've noticed a few things that may be interesting to you if you are familiar with both markets or are interested in expanding here yourself...

Financial Planning: Essentials For Startups That Mean Business

Before you pitch to any investors, there are a few things you need to know to be successful. Part of building a pitch deck that will wow investors is making sure you have a financial plan that’s practical and tells the right story for your business, relative to its operational needs...

What to Look for in a Co-founder

Venture-scale founders understand they will have to give up some equity to investors if they want to be a truly innovative or disruptive company. Deciding to split equity with a co-founder can be harder to come to terms with. And once you realize you need a co-founder, where do you find the person who will be as passionate about your vision as you? Read on for tips on what to look for in a co-foun...

A (not-so-) new fundraising option you need to explore – Micro VCs

Competitive is an understatement for startups raising capital. The odds aren’t in your favor. However, the landscape has changed over the past 10 years; it’s being democratized. One key reason for this shift is the rise of Micro VCs. Read on for an overview of what a Micro VC is and why they should be on your radar...

3 Tips on How to Effectively Network with New York Venture Capitalists

After working with startups and VC firms for the past year and a half, I have seen many different approaches to networking with the VC community. The dreaded cold outreach, going to events, and getting intros are the big three that come to mind. However, in a fast-paced city like New York, one must be efficient with their time, especially entrepreneurs...

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