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When investors ask you for a growth plan, they want a growth plan. A cleaned-up, rehashed business plan isn't going to do the job.
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If you want to leave a legacy with your business and also help out your community, establishing a CRT could be the way to go.
For you, that means happier customers--and beefier sales.
Angel investors--and their money--are out there. Learn to catch one.
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