KLAIM plans to raise $5m for its latest funding round

KLAIM plans to raise $5m for its latest funding round

KLAIM has raised $5m in its latest funding round, which will help it scale receivable purchase operations in the UAE.

Startup Funding: How Much should you Raise in a Startup Funding Round?

How much should you raise in a startup funding round? To get the answer you’ll need to do a bottom-up cash flow analysis to see how much funding will be required to meet the milestone for that round. But you’ll also need to assess the milestone itself by asking a few questions. Is it a fundable milestone – in other words will reaching the milestone allow you to fund the next milestone? Do you have access to funding sources that could fund the amount you need to reach the milestone? Is the founder dilution impact acceptable?

Early on, founder resources are your only source of funding. As you make headway, additional sources come available, such as friends and family, seed funds, startup accelerators, and angel investors.

And how do you create the list of fundable milestones for your funding plan in the first place? It comes down to deciding what milestones you need to accomplish to develop your product and take it to market. That should almost always begin with testing your value proposition canvas with customer discovery, and testing the other assumptions that are documented in your business plan canvas. But after that, the sequence of milestones for your business may be unique.

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Getting a seed round from a VC | Stocks and bonds | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

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Series A funding from a seed venture capitalist. Created by Sal Khan.

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Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: This is an old set of videos, but if you put up with Sal’s messy handwriting (it has since improved) and spotty sound, there is a lot to be learned here. In particular, this tutorial walks through starting, financing and taking public a company (and even talks about what happens if it has trouble paying its debts).

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How to Raise a Series A-Round in 2022

In this video, we look at what it takes to raise an A-round in 2022. We’re looking at a full funding journey for Smitten a rapidly growing dating app from Iceland that is taking on the world. We see the full journey from Angel Round, Pre-Seed Round, Seed Round to the A-Round that just closed.

David Simonarson, CEO & Co-Founder at Smitten, tells the full funding story all the way from building a different product to doing a big pivot that totally changed the trajectory.

There are a lot of great fundraising lessons here, David and his team raised money in a different way and at a really high pace.

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