VC10x podcast host Prashant Choubey spoke with Chisos CEO William Stringer about their unique approach to early stage investing. Chisos is re-imagining the traditional VC model by leveraging ISAs and SAFE notes. In this pod, you'll learn why, how, and the beautiful balance that their approach strikes between founders and investors.
Tune into this pod with Alt Reports to learn how Chisos Capital provides day one capital to entrepreneurs, athletes, creators, makers, and artists. Our unique convertible income share agreement enables us to invest up to $50,000 in an individual, including those who may not have access to traditional financing options. In addition, we offer support and resources for their investments, creating a community of individuals who are dedicated to success. This helps mitigate the risks of default and provides a steady flow of cash flow from the portfolio.
In this lively conversation with Devin Thorpe, host of Superpowers for Good, Chisos CEO William Stringer shares his superpower and explains how and why Chisos invests in individuals. They also discussed the fact that Chisos invests in diverse founders who are typically underserved by existing funding options. In fact, 65% of our founders are traditionally underserved.
In this interview with William Stringer, CEO of Chisos Capital, the Mentors Today podcast explores the question, "would you invest in a person"?
Chisos Capital CEO William Stringer spoke with Capital Insight Podcast hosts Jenny and Michelle about the innovative tool he’s developed to help entrepreneurs raise capital. Learn about this creative new way for entrepreneurs to get funding and for investors to contribute.
Learn more about so-called "community rounds," and what they might mean for startups and fund managers.
In this podcast, WeFunder's Jonny Price & Katie Powers chat with William Stringer, CEO of Chisos Capital. Chisos is a unique source of alternative financing for overlooked and underrepresented entrepreneurs.
You may be familiar with income share agreements, or ISAs, as an alternative to student loans. But what about income share agreements for entrepreneurs? An ISA is a financial agreement where a capital provider offers something of value (like cash or education) in exchange for a percentage of future income. It’s a flexible form of capital designed for situations that traditional forms of financing aren’t built to handle.
Bottom line: Existing funding options fail to meet the needs of founders, especially minority founders.
Chrissybil Boulin could have had her pick of lucrative jobs after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a master’s degree in economics. But instead of taking the easy road, she decided to gamble it all on herself and her true passion: Helping underprivileged kids succeed.
Anthony Vaughn interviewed Chisos for the “The E1B2 Collective Podcast” to talk about startups. The podcast is all about how companies can put their employees first. In it, we chatted about startup culture and tips for a healthy work community.
In this podcast, host Kellen Coleman talks with Chisos CEO William Stringer about how Chisos invests in idea-stage and side-hustle entrepreneurs.
Want to learn how to raise seed funding for your startup? You’re in the right place.
Chisos CEO Will Stringer spoke with WSLS-TV 10 (NBC Roanoke) about why side hustles were a big trend during the pandemic.
Business.com interviewed Hannah Rich, Chisos Investment Analyst, on its YouTube Channel to discuss Chisos and the gender equity gap among women founders.
Women make up nearly one-third of all small businesses and franchises yet only 9% of them are backed by venture capitalists. That’s despite a perception among many VCs that women-owned businesses are getting the funding they need. Donna Fuscaldo, a senior finance writer with business.com, interviews Hannah Rich, a venture capital investment associate at Chisos (https://www.chisos.io/), about how women can access capital that has long been reserved only for their male counterparts.
Learn 5 innovative fundraising method for emerging VCs and PEs, featuring Will Stringer, CEO of Chisos.
The Los Angeles Business Journal spoke with Chisos founder Will Stringer about the importance of funding idea- and early stage startups, and how the CISA approach works.
Chisos Capital, investing firm for early-stage entrepreneurs, today announced the launch of a public Reg. CF crowdfunding campaign on WeFunder. Anyone, including non-accredited investors, can invest in the vision to provide first-check capital to idea and early-stage entrepreneurs.
Although VC is focused on innovation, it has resisted change to its own structures. But finding innovative models - including Chisos - is the best way to provide funding to a more diverse group of founders.
More and more startups are pursuing revenue-based VCs, but it’s not a good fit for everyone. A new category of investors has emerged offering a hybrid between VC and revenue-based investment (RBI), which we call “flexible VC.”
William Stringer is the founder and CEO of Chisos. Chisos writes checks of $15,000-$50,000 to invest in idea-stage startups and side-hustle businesses.
Our guest today is William Stringer. Will is the co-founder & CEO of Chisos, a company that provides capital for early-stage entrepreneurs and start-ups that have a difficult time accessing it.
Chisos is the creator of a revolutionary new funding source for founders: the Convertible Income Share Agreement, or CISA – designed to equalize opportunity and give access to funding without all the usual hang-ups of traditional funding options.
Listen along to learn more about this win-win investment product, and how it can provide entrepreneurs the capital and community they need to succeed.
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I’ve worked with a number of hyper-local and traditional small businesses, as well as numerous solo founders of early-stage startups and product and service-based brands and digital companies.