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Why now is a good time to invest in startups

Based on the latest VC-funding downturn and the overall economic situation, it is easy to believe that investing in startups could not be a good idea at the moment. Late-stage funding went down by 40% quarter over quarter. Early-stage funding is down 39% compared to last year. Seed stage funding has been impacted the least until now.

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How to get through the fundraising downturn

Being a founder today sort of sucks. If you missed the opportunity to raise money during the all-time high of valuations and VC-funding, well, you missed out. But also startups that did not miss out struggle and face down rounds, which is often the beginning of the end.

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How to become a Venture Studio in a day

Working on exciting new projects and benefiting from the financial upside sounds like a dream project to many agency owners. But how can it be done in a professional and lean way?

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Autonomyo working with KAPSLY contracts

Showcase Autonomyo: Faster progress without funding

Getting a complex medtech and digital health product to market usually takes a lot of time and capital. Autonomyo was able to accelerate this process and even do this without capital. An example that many startups can follow with the solution from KAPSLY.

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Is Service-for-Equity an effective alternative to traditional funding?

Resource investing & working with venture studios are ways to fund projects directly with the resources that are needed in order to realise that project.

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Convertible Loans - Understand and then sign!

We explain what a convertible loan is, why you would want to use one and what the essential terms and essential aspects mean.
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How to avoid dead equity

Dead equity is used to describe the passive ownership of shares, usually from co-founders or early supporters, who are no longer active in the company. Learn how to avoid that.

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