A curated audio playbook filled with insights from founders for founders

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Founders Playbook is a curated collection of playlists covering a broad range of topics to help you attract funding and build a successful startup.

Playlist 1: Securing and Managing Investors

The entrepreneurial economy is fueled by startup capital. When you’re a founder, understanding the different types of investors who may provide you with funding and navigating the consequences of various financing mechanisms is critical.


Playlist 2: Fundraising Mechanics

If startup capital fuels the entrepreneurial economy, its currency is equity. Founders need to understand the various finance and legal mechanics at work behind ownership, as they will ultimately determine who owns how much of your company.


Playlist 3: Running Your Startup

As a founder, you shepherd your company’s products from design to delivery. But you’re also responsible for your company’s day-to-day operations. So, you need to know about business incorporation and accounting basics. Choosing the right cofounder and accelerator can also help you succeed.

Watch fresh perspectives and learn from experts

We bring our network together regularly for events that help founders connect and learn from each other. Watch some of our recent events and learn from fellow founders, sector experts, and more.

Past Event Thu, Feb 10, 2022

The State of U.S. Early Stage Venture: 4Q21 Report

Past Event Sun, Oct 10, 2021

The State of U.S. Early Stage Venture and Startups

Past Event Wed, Oct 13, 2021

De-risking Your Startup

Past Event Tue, Sep 28, 2021

The Most Important Numbers at the Heart of Every LSHC Pitch

Past Event Tue, Jun 22, 2021

Is a Startup Accelerator Right for You?

Past Event Thu, Jun 3, 2021

The Art & Science of Crafting a Life Science and Healthcare Pitch Deck

Past Event Tue, Mar 23, 2021

Building Your Startup Advisory Board

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