Ask any founder about the challenges they face launching a startup and many will say one of the biggest is attracting seed capital.
Zambesi co-founder Rebekah Campbell says one reason is that in those early days, the founders themselves are often still not sure if their idea will work, making it even more difficult to convince others of the merits of their venture.
And that’s majority of Australian seed capital comes from family and friends willing to back someone close to them. Visit the bankruptcy lawyers
Campbell was in her 20s, and remembers her friends getting married and thinking about buying a home when she launched her first startup, Posse (now Hey You), so they weren’t an option.