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Startup Financing

How to Make the Kitchen Table Pitch

How to Make the Kitchen Table Pitch

Follow these four tips if you're raising startup capital from family and friends.
How to Value Your Startup

How to Value Your Startup

These three steps will help you determine what your new business is worth.
September 7, 2004 in Startup Financing

Do You Need Excellent Credit to Start a Business?

Not necessarily-but you'll need to know where to look for funding.
August 2, 2004 in Startup Financing

Getting Funding for Your Growing Business

Use these steps to determine if now is a good time to get financing.
October 20, 2003 in Startup Financing

Getting Financing From Friends and Family

How to approach this common financing strategy in your quest for capital

Starting a Business in an Urban Market

How to evaluate your risk factors, seek funding and get the professional advice you need
May 19, 2003 in Startup Financing

Show 'Em the Money

Lending a hand to minorities in the search for VC backup
November 1, 2002 in Venture and Angel Investors

A Penny Saved . . .

and you've taken your first step to starting a business.
October 1, 2002 in Startup Financing

Minority Loan and Grant Programs

The right program can ease the transition from pre-funding planner to full-fledged entrepreneur.
May 20, 2002 in Startup Financing

The Anatomy of a Financing Deal

First things first: There is no such thing as a typical deal.
February 18, 2002 in Startup Financing

Bringing In a Partner

Due diligence will tell you whether a partnership will benefit your company for the long term.
December 3, 2001 in Startup Financing

Lilliputian Loans

When it comes to financing, bigger isn't always better. Have you tried an SBA microloan on for size?
October 1, 2001 in Bank and Other Loans

Understanding the Financing Stages

From seed stage to mezzanine, a breakdown of the key financing terms and what they mean to you
July 16, 2001 in Startup Financing

Money Order

Venture capital is within reach, but you have to work for it. Follow these steps to that deal-closing handshake.

Learn by Pitching

Business plan competitions and venture forums might be nerve-racking, but they can also get you the cash you need.
July 1, 2001 in Startup Financing

Using Credit Cards to Finance Your Startup

Think of it as a temporary solution.
June 18, 2001 in Startup Financing

No Money? No Problem

Despite a lack of funding, this herb farm is flourishing.
April 26, 2001 in Startup Financing

Off The Beaten Track

There's more to financing than banks alone.
April 1, 2001 in Startup Financing

What Women Want

Where's the money for women-owned businesses?
March 1, 2001 in Startup Financing

On The Money

A step-by-step guide to raising money for your start-up
January 1, 2001 in Startup Financing

Got Cash?

Financial resources for women and young entrepreneurs
December 11, 2000 in Startup Financing

Read The Fine Print

Take another look at that financial contract before you sign on the dotted line.
November 20, 2000 in Startup Financing

Gaining Interest

Get the lowdown on interest rates and how they affect your bottom line.
November 6, 2000 in Startup Financing

Money for Ownership?

You don't have to sell your soul to raise startup capital.
October 16, 2000 in Startup Financing

A League Of Their Own

Are you a woman looking to start a business of your own? Check out these funding sources.
October 1, 2000 in Startup Financing

Gotta Dance

The founder of Cybergrrl discusses her search for venture capital and offers tips to help you find some of your own.
October 1, 2000 in Venture and Angel Investors
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