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It seems like everyone and their mother has a Kickstarter campaign. Here's how to get yours noticed.
Why FitBit's "quantified self" approach works for businesses too
Athletes today are famously well paid and far more business savvy than in years past.
Investors need to be assured your business is in good shape. It also helps to not proclaim your desire for a new car.
You're probably already receiving financial statements, but are they doing you any good? Here's what your metrics should look like.
With many entrepreneurs stating their major concern is capital, getting outside funding can be imperative to a startup's success. Here are a few tips on getting your first round.
Youve worked hard to negotiate through the right networks and land this meeting. Dont let a lack of preparation and practice keep you from getting in the game.
The San Francisco-based crowdfunding site plans to use its most recent cash infusion to improve its global reach and mobile experience.
While entrepreneurs may strive to raise a lot of money or seek a high valuation, these aspirations can end up hurting you down the road.
It is a rare startup that has the backing of venture capital fund, so forget about wooing investors and concentrate on wooing customers with your unique selling proposition.
A look at the eye-popping growth of the crowdfunding industry.
Entrepreneurs have lots of financing options beyond checking out venture firms in California. Here are six techniques to try.
With just a fraction of startups receiving venture capital financing, approach your social circles, with these five pointers in mind.
New funding options and Google launch are among whats new for National Small Business Week.
An inside look at the decision to move on.
A stable economy means less competition for scoring investment.
While the 'average Joe' can breathe a sigh of relief that tax season is behind him, small-business owners can't do the same. To ensure entrepreneurs keep their finances on track all year around, here are seven mistakes to avoid.
In this video, Entrepreneur.com contributor John Rampton talks about a book that explains a topic that's very important to serious business owners: raising money.
Barbell Denim met its funding goal in 47 minutes. It has since raised more than 34 times its initial crowdfunding target.
The nation's most tax-friendly states for business owners include Nevada, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Just because venture investment is up doesn't mean we are awash in froth.
Presentations are changing, becoming more visual, but the pictures can't do all the talking. Real money allocation also speaks strongly to investors.
Business owners who understand their cost of goods sold have an understanding of what their firm needs to succeed.
If you discovered an issue, don't let it fester like an open wound, take care of it as soon as possible.
Three tips to keep in mind when asking people who once managed or worked with you for money.
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