Attracting Equity Investors: Positioning, Preparing, and Presenting the Business Plan
This book is designed to help entrepreneurs understand how to obtain funding from an investor for the creation or development of a new business venture. It discusses how to evaluate a business concept from an investor's perspective before moving onto an examination of the practical issues involved, such as writing a compelling business plan and making a convincing presentation.
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Sources of EarlyStage Financing
Roles and Equity Shares in the New Venture
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