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Brian Springer

At some point, your journey is going to include fundraising but you don’t want to just take any dollar that comes your way… 
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Angel Investment and Funding Your Startup with Brian Springer (Venture Validator)

April 14, 2021
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56:22
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Show Notes

What can you do if you have a really great idea, but you don’t have any money to throw at it to make it go? 

This is a common question we hear from founders… ESPECIALLY the founders we work with because in the tech space you typically have to invest a lot in your product and app before you’ll ever make any revenue. 

Today we’re talking with Brian Springer. We met Brian through the Utah investor network because — as you’ll hear — he’s incredibly connected and passionate about early-stage startups. 

We love this episode because like Bowdrie said, funding is a way of life in a tech company. 

At some point, your journey is going to include fundraising but you don’t want to just take any dollar that comes your way… 

In fact, that’s where our conversation starts — when Brian realized the money alone wasn’t bringing happiness or success and this led him to the work he does now with startups. 

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This show is produced by Strides Development, a full-service app development agency. 

We specialize in taking your ideas and turning them into a finished app in only a few months. 

If you have an app you’re building, we would love to talk to you. You can schedule your free strategy call by clicking here.

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Full Video Interview

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Guest Appearance:

Left: Brian Springer

Top Right: Bowdrie Price

Bottom Right: Austin Betzer



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