How to finance a growing business: an insider's guide to negotiating the capital markets
This user-friendly guide on the mechanics of raising capital shows entrepreneurs and business owners how to find willing investors and lenders. It shares time-tested tips for presenting a small business in the best light to bakers, venture capitalists, and other sources of money.
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The Paradox of Business Finance
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