Before you go starting to pitch your Software-as-a-Service idea to investors, there are a number of things you should do to help investors feel confidence in your platform.
Following the recent mini-budget, FounderCatalyst is giving free access to an ASA to allow founders to make use of the increased SEIS limits before April 2023.
FounderCatalyst releases exciting new Boost functionality enabling founders to engage with investors, to manage assets in one place and track investor interest
A quick summary of changes announced to the SEIS and EIS schemes on 23rd of September 2022
You’ve got their ‘must-have’ investment, but don’t forget the ‘must-not’s of dealing with investors post-funding
Founders constantly ask about Companies House form SH02 and who to undertake share splits, so we have put everything you need to know in one place.
Thinking of undertaking an equity funding round but worried about losing control of your business to your investors? This article explores the potential risks.
Getting (S)EIS advance assurance in place and taking on investment are great milestones.Lets take a look at how to ensure ongoing compliance with these schemes.
A law all founders (and investors!) should be aware of - especially those in 17 sensitive areas as detailed within this article
We look at the potential risks of being a director of a limited company and how to mitigate these.
There are a lot of 'how to get funded' guides, but we thought it would be fun to focus on how to make your startup uninvestable.
Read how we helped Kelpi achieve equity and grant funding in their mission to eliminate single use plastics
Each type of funding has its pros and cons - make sure you understand what is best for your startup.
They are a valuable source of cash for startups to invest in accelerating growth. Many founders miss out because they don’t understand them - make sure you’re not one of them.
Founders constantly ask about form SH01, so we have put everything you need to know, including lots of useful links, all in one place.