Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
How do VCs find startups to potentially invest in (in essence, their deal flow)? Venture Capitalist, Andrew Tweed shares three tips that will help you engage with a VC. (The Huffington Post)
Developers share why they chose to take the leap and join risky, early-stage startup companies. (Forbes)
Study comparing women and men entrepreneurs in 59 economies around the world reveals women tend to close their businesses because they have challenges in getting funding. (Forbes)
“VC, Fred Wilson notes that ‘there’s two times as much capital in the venture capital business today than we, the professional investors who make up the venture business, can actually put to work intelligently.’ This isn’t so good for VCs, Wilson says, but it is for entrepreneurs.” (TechCrunch)
“Small business owners looking for ways to grow and develop their businesses are invited to take part in National Small Business Week’s free networking and educational forums and dialogue with leading business experts during National Small Business Week, May 20-22 in Washington, D.C.” (MarketWatch)
“Here are five business credit cards that are just perfect for newly minted entrepreneur.” (Chicago Tribune)
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