Financing Your Business Made Easy

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Entrepreneur Press, Nov 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
“In a growing business there is always a need for capital. A resource such as this shows all the sources and how to apply for funding. It’s like having advisors from many different financing options counseling you on how to get them interested in financing your business. The book is arranged by sections according to stages of a business, and by different levels of capital needed, thereby directing the business owner to the appropriate section. It is a must for all entrepreneurs.” — Dr. Al Inselberg, President, Multidimensional Graphs, Ltd.

Need money?

Every new or growing company needs money. Although there is a multitude of ways to raise that money, some are more productive than others. Hunting for financing sources isn’t easy—you need a game plan to be successful.

We’ll help you showcase your company’s strengths, target the correct investors, and spend your time, money and energy pitching to those investors who have the highest payoff probability.

Learn about:
Getting capital from sources ranging from angel investors to government agencies
The 5 C’s of credit
Incubators and accelerators
Business financing scams
Critical questions to ask potential investors

“Entrepreneurial opportunities and the American Dream—they’re one and the same. And they can be real—for anyone, even if you think you lack the cash and contacts to start. With its arrays of smart strategies, this book lights the way.” Neal Peirce, Washington Post Writers Group and author.

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