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In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of August 30, 2020

  • 9.3.2020

Some interesting links we found across the web this week:

7 tips for startups seeking VC funding in the pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has founders concerned about raising capital for their startups. This Fast Company article discusses how startups are still raising capital despite the impact of the pandemic and offers seven tips to follow in order to obtain VC investment.

3 ways startup founders can stretch their funding
Startups face many obstacles with a common one being the need to maximize limited resources as much as possible. This article discusses how maintaining low overhead, developing a data-driven marketing platform that can track key performance indicators and having clearly defined goals can help maximize resources.

Investing in the Future of Food: Strategies to maximize boards for fast growth, successful fundraising
Deciding whether to establish a board for your startup? Startups oftentimes hold off on establishing a board to save money, but this may not be the best decision for long-term success. Check out this article which discusses the importance of establishing a board as well as how to finance and build an efficient board.

Affiliate Partnerships: Why You Should Consider Them And How To Get Started
Are you looking to effectively market your product? partnerships can create an opportunity for startups to connect with the audience that is most likely to want their product. marketing is growing significantly and this article from Forbes discusses both the benefit of partnerships and how to get started forging them.

How to Earn Your Clients' Trust (and Keep It)
Gaining a client or customer’s trust is essential to a company’s success. In fact, respondents in the 2019 Edelmam Trust Barometer Special Report identified brand trust as one of the most important factors they consider before buying something. Check out this article which provides some tips on how to build and keep trust.

Links compiled by Lauren Roberts.