“A lot of creators mix up raising money with making money.” This quote, which Profession Karma founder Ruben Harris pointed out off-hand on a phone call with me, has been on my mind for months. Raising money can cost you cash, in the form of that sweet, sweet ownership and equity. That’s why Clearbanc, […] Flexing its “20-minute term sheet” the start-up utilizes an algorithm to move through a start-up’s information, and if it has favorable ad invest and positive system economics, they make a financial investment worth anything from $10,000 to over $10 million. The startup just needs to make around $1,000 in regular monthly income to certify for cash. Clearbanc’s repayment works for some startups, but for others, a traditional bank loan could work much better. Is taking a revenue-share contract going to injure your possibilities as a pre-seed start-up trying to raise capital? Other reading:

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