How the fundraising process changes as your company matures

05/19/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Your ability to raise capital for your company will depend in part on where your business is in its life cycle, writes Peter S. Cohan. For example, venture capitalists may be hesitant to invest in a company that is still developing a prototype for its first product, but they may be more eager to back a company that is expanding into new markets.

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