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Starting a Business

Finding Your First Investor

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In this Inside the Incubators series, investors at NYU Poly's incubator in lower Manhattan offer tips for growth.

Owen David from NYC Seed says to keep in mind that, in the early stages, people will give you money because of who you are -- so approach potential investors who identify with you. In this video interview, he also suggests building an initial product and showing off your expertise.

This Entrepreneur Who Started Her Kombucha Business in an Apartment With $600 Has a Message for Struggling Entrepreneurs