Getting a new company started is a large undertaking and most startups don’t even make it. So, when getting your young business off the ground, anything you can do as founder to give your company an advantage should be taken.
As an investor in the cannabis industry, we often get asked by entrepreneurs what they can do to stand out in the industry. So, we’ve put together a short list of things investors look for when evaluating deals.
A few weeks ago, we held our annual Jumpstart Conference where we brought together industry professionals from different verticals to talk about issues related to starting-up and operating in the space.
Navigating potential cannabis deals is incredibly complex, time-consuming, and expensive
Investors with a data-driven deal flow methodology will yield higher returns with less time and money wasted on poor fits
Free tool to develop your data-driven investor thesis and streamline finding and evaluating deals.
The term “startup” is really a pretty unhelpful one. What does it even mean? What counts as a startup? It’s a hard word because each business differs and things can escalate quickly. But, while all startups are different, there’s one thing they all have in common - a lot of risk.
Listen to our interview with Best in Grow founders, Jake Levin and Andrew Duffy. And, if you’re not so into listening, we’ve outlined it for you so you can get the main points without a long attention span.