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Question added to topic Starting a BusinessJune 16, 2008

how would I go about showing my product to potential Investors?

I have a website, www.hiscrossmaker.com. I make crosses, and I've been approched by some companies to make several thousand each month! I'm only able to make 100 a week, and I need to make many more. But I want to be cautious as to whom I might talk with!
It starts with a business plan; then you do an investor search, get an introduction, present a summary of the plan and, if the investors are interested, the plan itself. With that I just summarized in one sentence what people write whole blogs and whole books about. Which probably does very little good.

You might start with Getting Financed, a chapter of one of my online books, which is free online. It's such a big topic, and that will at least get you started in your quest. Good luck with it.

Tim
Tim Berry is the president of Palo Alto Software Inc., based in Eugene, Ore., which produces business planning software. He is also the author of 3 Weeks to Startup and The Plan-As-You-Go Business Plan, published by Entrepreneur Press.

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