Archive: seed stage
By Early Investing on January 11, 2021
Seed stage investing in pharma and biotech companies is a little different than seed stage investing in other sectors. When pharma and biotech companies approach crowdfunders, they’re usually pre-clinical — which means that human trials haven’t begun yet. And they’re raising amounts of money that can’t possibly sustain them long-term. So why do they want crowdfunders to invest? And what should investors look at as they evaluate these startups? Andy Gordon and Vin Narayanan answer these questions and…
By Andy Gordon on October 28, 2020
The slow-moving, overly cautious SEC is finally doing the right thing. It’s reportedly raising the limit on Reg CF funding from $1 million to $5 million. That means when a startup raises money through crowdfunding, they can raise up to $5 million. And that’s a big…
By Andy Gordon on April 22, 2020
There’s a reason funds prefer investing in startups during their Series A and Series B rounds. But for individuals, it’s no contest. Seed-stage investing is the place to be.