Where To Find Funding For Your Startup
If you're just launching a startup, you're in luck. Getting the initial investment for your company is easier than it's been in a long time. The reason? Angel investing is hotter than hot, causing all sorts of disruption in the world of funding. Paul Graham, founder of Y Combinator, a sort-of school for startups, explains the "New funding landscape," in an essay on his site. In short, there's used to be two types of people investing in startups: Traditional VCs who made large investments using other people's money and angel investors, who were usually rich guys spending a few thousand dollars of their own.