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As your business grows bigger, be ready to make the transition from entrepreneur to CEO.
Wherever you are in the world, offering a solution and way for the customer to afford the solution is what drives success.
Many small-business owners are stressed about cash flow because they don't understand how banks assess whether they're a good bet.
Bootstrapping is a perfectly viable option, unless you're launching a business that needs staff, equipment or contractors, in which case you need money.
As bank assets become more concentrated, entrepreneurs face increasing difficulty in obtaining financing. Here's how to maintain your momentum until you find funds.
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If you're borrowing from people you know to get your startup off the ground, check out TrustLeaf and Able. These services may help make the process easier.
Working as a consultant or freelancer in your target market gets you paid to gain greater insight for your startup's success.
Women's investing power is at a historic high.
Convincing a lender of your need and viability as a business can often be the biggest hurdle.
You can get a tax deduction for equipment you buy for your startup
Your business plan is how investors and potential partners see that you know everything you can about your industry.
The first step in building your business, or creating sustained growth, is a solid business plan.
Deciding whether to go public or not is about evaluating what's best for your company and its stakeholders.
Before making any decisions, know your goals and what you are looking for.
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