The popular business saying, “You need to spend money to make money” is particularly true when venturing out in the business world as an entrepreneur.
It is easy to make financial mistakes. However, once you recognize potential missteps, you can take steps to avoid them. Here are the top five financial mistakes startups make and how to steer clear of them.
As much as high-growth startups look alike, the industry they operate in or the stage of development they are facing are major influencers on the amount of money a company “burns” on a monthly basis.
It’s important that you know what type of relationship you’re entering.
Whether you choose to bootstrap or take early capital, remember to always do this.
Here’s a look at a few of the best free federal programs available to small business owners.
The age-old concept of the American dream lives on in the world of startups — we have pulled ourselves up by our very own bootstraps.
These four principles helped us launch a successful crowdfunding campaign and turn our product into a sustainable business.
In the end, fundraising boils down to one thing: You have to tell a story that investors really want to hear.
Having a great business idea without sufficient cash to fund it is the predicament of a growing number of creative types and would-be entrepreneurs.