George M. Dawson
Cynthia E. Griffin
A variety of incubators nationwide help fledgling businesses take flight.
Billions--yes, billions--of dollars are available throughout the country for start-up ventures. The trick is knowing where to look . . .
Once reserved for large corporations, Industrial Development Bonds are now a source of growth capital for entrepreneurs.
New incubators heat up tech start-ups.
Amanda C. Kooser
Community lenders serve as a vital source of funding for nontraditional borrowers.
Mission, possible: It's easier than ever to launch your new business, thanks to business incubators that help start-ups fly.
Julie B. Davis
Resources for entrepreneurs.
Elaine W. Teague
Get money to grow! Here's a little-known financing tactic even start-ups can use.
Need money fast? For a no-fuss solution, try a government CAP loan.
Nonbank lenders are pulling ahead in small-business financing. Here's what playing the field looks like.
Save money by leasing equipment instead of buying it.
Royalty financing keeps investors happy - and keeps your company in your own hands.
David R. Evanson