How to Win Investors and Startup Money in a Revolutionary Industry
Just because investors have never heard of what you do doesn't mean they won't part with their money.
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How to Fairly Divide Equity Between a Co-Founder and Investor
This is a huge foundational issue that can make or break your company, as it will affect every aspect of the business and will have consequences for the entire life span of the venture.
Peter Thiel and Mitt Romney Part of $100 Million Funding Round for Company That Wants to Be the Apple of Smart Homes
Here's what you should know about the Utah-based company Vivint.
How to Use Content to Stay Top of Mind With Investors
There are three ways content can help you achieve top-of-mind status with investors.
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Are You Approaching Investors With No Business Plan and Fuzzy Profit Projections? Get Real.
The odds of finding funding generally correlate highly to your odds of business success -- and your personal risk is even more critical than outside investor risk.
These App Designers Have Carved Out Niches in Areas Like the Pet and Investment Industries
It's a cluttered app market out there, but these four companies have found a way to stand out.
Radicals & Visionaries
How to Make Money Using 12 Billionaires' Investing Secrets
New book by Tony Robbins helps those who know little about investing recognize the importance of planning for the future.
Investing 101: Do's and Don'ts
Doing your research, understanding risks and rewards and keeping your emotions at bay are just a few ways to invest wisely, according to Brittney Castro.
Crowdfunding, Personal Credit and the 'Bank of Mom and Dad' Are a Few Go-Tos For Cash When VCs Aren't Interested
Only a tiny fraction of startup funding comes from venture capital firms. So what about everyone else? How are growing businesses supporting the rest of their growth needs?
5 Ways Raising Money Is Just Like Asking for a Date
Approach investors with the notion the goal is to replicate the money they invest.
How to Do Well With 3 Types of Do-Gooder Investors
It's possible, but you'll need to form the right purpose-driven business.
Innovation Inhibitors Include Dependency on New Infrastructure and Investor Risk Tolerance
Be aware that attempting innovation in certain times and places is extremely risky.
What People Don't Tell Entrepreneurs About Investors
They are basically all the same. Here is what I am doing about it.
Radicals & Visionaries
17 Things You Need to Know Before Doing Business in Cuba
Cubans are resourceful and tech savvy but the island nation's infrastructure is lamentable and its government still controls the economy.
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