I wanted to share this great article from AlleyWatch on fundraising.
False starts, bad timing, wrong co-founder, no technical co-founder. Jason Nadaf could have written the book on what can and will go wrong when you’re starting a company. Oh, and make sure that no accelerator will accept you, no matter that you did manage to make it to the finals.
All of which helps to explain how Nadaf, with his company SureDone, a one stop shop that allows vendors to sell across today’s biggest marketplaces, just closed $1M in funding, not to mention having beat all of his sales projections, at the same time.