Startups looking for finance often rely on venture capital (VC) firms or an IPO. VC firms can offer resources; planned support; beginning to possible customers, partners etc. I think in PRE IPO investment, mature companies gives the possible returns as compare to VC funds without much risk and a less time to liquidity.
What is considered traction for a startup that is in the payments space (e.g. paystack) and has just started building the technology and without customers? What would YC consider as enough evidence to show that this idea is viable? 0 Answers