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Cross-Border Considerations for Canadian Startups Apr 08, 2016 Startup Source's Mat Goldstein recently contributed to a Techvibes article, entitled "Cross-Border Considerations for Canadian Startups," which considers the benefits of setting up a cross-border corporate structure. The article examines a corporate structure known as the "Delaware Straddle." In ...

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Navigating the Stages of Startup Equity Financing Dec 19, 2014 By Mat Goldstein and Tim Jones* Startups conventionally raise financing in stages or "rounds" of outside investment. In each round, investors and firms supply the startup with new capital in exchange for certain returns. This post focuses on raising financing in exchange for a percentage of the c...

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Foundations for Startup Success: The Shareholders' Agreement Nov 10, 2014 By Rebecca Kacaba and Andreea Andrei*Startup founders frequently set their course for the stars. With sweeping vision, high spirits and grand plans, what could go wrong? Unfortunately, plenty. Building a successful company requires a solid foundation and advance planning to navigate key challenge...

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What To Expect After Demo Day Jul 03, 2014 By Mat Goldstein and Tim Jones* It's an old adage that an investor-company relationship is "like a marriage ... but more important." Demo Days and networking events can spark mutual connections, but once that connection is made, how long does the typical 'dating' process last between investor and...
Get Thee to the Accelerator! Jun 12, 2014 By Mat Goldstein and Graham Topa Startups and prospective entrepreneurs are always asking us about the best sources of capital for early stage companies. Until you have proven technology or early market validation (i.e customers, preferably ones who actual pay), it can be extremely difficult to g...
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