Bob Reiss is the author of Bootstrapping 101: Tips to Build Your Business with Limited Cash and Free Outside Help, and has been involved in 16 start-ups and has been the subject of two Harvard case studies, in addition to speaking frequently at university entrepreneurial classes.
Entrepreneurs can save time and angst by looking beyond banks and other mythical sources of startup capital.
Low monthly overhead could save your company during a cash crunch.
They're your business's lifeblood, but that doesn't mean you have to be a push over.
It takes more than quarterly meetings with your accountant to keep your business open.
The smartest entrepreneurs plan on growing and are prepared for change.