3 Effective ways for startups in Singapore to raise funds
There are numerous ways for a startup to raise funds in Singapore, so you need to carefully plan a financing strategy based on the needs of your business.
When to use a Director/Shareholder loan agreement?
In a nutshell, it’s common for directors and shareholders to put money ‘into’ the business. Importantly, if this money is coming in as a loan, you should get the terms and conditions of the loan in an agreement to keep a record of the loan.
Entrepreneurial Arbitrage:Part 3 Regulation
Paul Murphy describes why regulations within each country need to keep up with emerging businesses like cryptocurrency or risk losing them altogether
Busting The Myths Behind Convertible Notes
Is a convertible note the right type of funding for your start up? Find out how a convertible note works and why new businesses use them
Entrepreneurial Arbitrage: Funding
Paul Murphy writes about the changes happening within start up funding using his own experiences as an entrepreneur in dealing with venture capitalists
A Beginner’s Guide to Venture Capital Funding for New Businesses
Starting your own business? You’ll need funding to turn your idea into a successful startup. Here we’ll focus on getting rounds of funding from investors.
What is a SAFE Agreement?
A Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) is an agreement that helps startups get better terms than conventional funding options.