Finding the right person and asking them for money to fund your business can be daunting. First, you need to get your head straight! Here are some ideas…
If you want people to share their research and experience with you — to save you a ton of time with trials and errors, and to get results faster, remember to open to their input and express your appreciation, whether you use it or not. Otherwise,
How to create a compelling executive summary that gets you in the door with investors
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Video – What investors and lenders look for in the “Financial Plan” section of your business plan.