If your startup is great enough to get a term sheet from angel investors or a venture capitalist, the next step for the investor is to complete the dreaded due diligence process. This is the last step of the process, where surprises in the evaluation of the management team, documentation, and personnel problems can derail the investment.

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Written by BizRock
453 days ago

In creating and building a business, the entrepreneur assumes all the responsibilities for development and management, as well as the risks and rewards.I agree with that proactive preparation for due diligence is a bigger job than the work for investor meetings,thank you for this information.



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