Entrepreneur Magazine: Guide to Raising Money
The "small business authority" shows new and would-be entrepreneurs how to find money to grow their businesses. The book describes the pros and cons of a wide variety of funding sources, including banks, SBA offices, venture capitalists, online sources, and even some quirky nontraditional sources of capital.
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