Money is a crucial part of any company, but probably even more for startups who generally start their operations on a shoestring. In this episode, we discuss with Abu Cassim, founder and CEO of Jozi Angels, a business angel organization in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Abu has invested in dozens of startups on the African continent and bring a wealth of knowledge when it comes to picking up the right venture to invest in. In this interview, Abu walks us in what is the secret sauce that makes a startup successful, what business angels look for before investing and the red flags that stop any further due diligence.
If you want to be in your best shape to raise capital, start a new company or expand it, look no further and spend the next hour or so listening to my conversation with Abu. Enjoy!
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