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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.
What is reverse vesting of shares, why do investors demand it and what’s the impact for founders, when raising seed funding? Get yourself educated and up to speed on this key term.
Want to turn your technology dream into a startup reality? Guest writer, Harry Cobbold from Unfold, explains how to go about it.
Get your startup off on the right foot. The Founder Collaboration Agreement ensures that you and your co-founders are aligned from an early stage in your journey.
How this new functionality is helping lawyers to deliver a high quality service to their startup clients in a fraction of the normal time.
Driven by demand, the new functionality removes much of the cost associated with startup investment document production, deal management and administration for lawyers and advisors.
And it couldn't be more straightforward: Select an option and we will include the Certified B Corporation mandated wording in your Articles.
There are common traits amongst all successful products. Guest blogger Phil Wakefield, founder of Oxogen, examines the four key qualities found in thriving tech startups.
From bright idea to fully funded - our ultimate guide to securing your first funding round, mapped out in easy to digest steps.
Is Venture Capital (VC) an option for fast startups? The founder of FindVC.co.uk provides valuable insight into what it is and how it can help you.
FounderCatalyst launches its first research, shining a spotlight on the number of start up investments an angel investor needs in order to yield optimal returns.
Is your startup your ‘reason for being’? Is it what you are good at and love? Then you must check out you ikigai (pronounced: ee-kee-gah-ee)
What’s the cost if you don’t get the basics right? 6 short and insightful top tips.
Great guest blog written by Ian Robertson ACA, former technology analyst, financial adviser to technology ventures and founder. Packed full of unique real-world insights and helpful tips on how to make the biggest impact on investors, with your pitch deck.
A brilliant new service for founders raising investment. Save your time and money and manage your investor engagement. Fixed price legal services for just £1,495.00 plus VAT.
Sometimes it is useful to know whats changed in a PDF file between revisions - we provide some tips on this and other PDF related items useful when using the FounderCatalyst site.
FounderCatalyst is a fantastic platform, transforming your fundraising journey. But what exactly does it do and how can it help?
There’s no hiding from it; it’s a complicated but essential stage of your funding journey and crucial to getting off on the right foot.
Congratulations - a great result. But don’t forget to take care of the post-closing formalities, otherwise they can come back to bite you.
Don’t rush off and pitch to the first angel investor who shows any interest. There are lots of funding options, and some may be news to you.
Covid is having a devastating effect on our economy, with businesses becoming insolvent at unprecedented rates. But what’s really going on in the world of start-up funding?
Good lawyers often have two things in common: they are busy and expensive. Until recently, you had little choice. Now, FounderCatalyst is helping to drive change.
You can start a funding round in minutes with a free FounderCatalyst account, experiment with our service and see how easy it would be to save time, money, and emotional resources by using FounderCatalyst when raising your next funding round.
You can see a sample of the paperwork we'd generate, invite colleagues to act as investors, and truly experiment with how easy we make it. Then cancel the experiment round when you're ready to start a real one!