We can help facilitate entity structuring, document preparation and due diligence during any of the following investment stages:
Seed-Stage Financing: The earliest stage of funding which generally helps startups raise capital in amounts between $250,000 up to $2 million from founders’ family and friends, angel investors and seed investment funds. Some of the methods utilized to raise funding during this stage are equity, debt or convertible debt. There are instances during this funding stage where it is more advantageous for issuers to raise funds by issuing convertible promissory notes rather than preferred stock.
Early & Mid-Stage Financing: At an early development stage and during maturing middle stages in a business’s life cycle through larger equity investment rounds by investment professionals, venture funds and other institutional investors whose expertise, operational capital and professional networks tend to be more valuable to the issuer at this stage and in future investment rounds.
Late-Stage Financing: This stage results in follow-on rounds of financing provided by additional or existing professional investors, venture funds and other institutional investors after the issuer reaches certain milestones and shows growth targets are being met.