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Warren Buffett once said:

"The most important quality for an investor is temperament, not intellect."

startup school | investor playbook

Learning investor identification and location strategies

An entrepreneur's life is exciting — meeting new people all the time, pitching projects and ideas no one ever deemed possible, finding solutions to problems poisoning people's daily lives, you name it. But there is also the hard part which involves counting every penny, struggling to stay afloat before ascending to the skies and looking for the right people to rely on financially.

The goal of this module is to help you learn who investors are and where to find them.

The real reason female entrepreneurs get less funding | Dana Kanze

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  • Winnie
    I found reading the Investor playbook very interesting because the topic contains a lot of details. The founder investor startup relationship sounds exciting and risky and balancing it seems a bit challenging. In the presentation about "Convertible loans and startup fundraising" the example is great but I got lost from slide 8"Dealing with investors" because I still don't understand how the 125,000 new shares for Ella came about. I think that if the mathematical calculations of how the equity was divided and kept getting diluted was added to the example, it would make it so much easier to understand.
  • Ixa
    very informative
  • Daizah Thompson
    it was okay