Survival 2010


Getting funded by Keiretsu, part II

Steps, process and valuations for angel funding

Innovation series by Reena A Jadhav
December 3, 2008 | Comments
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How hard is it to close angel funding in this economy?

Reena Jadhav interviews Randy Williams, founder of Keiretsu Forum, the world's largest angel investor network with 750 accredited investor members. Randy provides insights on valuations, deal sizes and criteria for getting funded by his large investor network. Watch the interview to hear his response to the impact of economy on valuations and hear him shed insights into who's getting funded.



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