Raising Capital: How to Get the Money You Need to Grow Your Business
The newest book in the "Kiplinger Business Management Library" helps readers navigate the murky waters of entrepreneurial finance, from traditional sources to venture capital, initial public offerings, joint ventures, vendor financing, and raising capital via the Internet.
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