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Inventors have two ways to get their products to market

August 6th, 2010 · 19 Comments

Inventors bring innovation to the market in two ways: Licensing and Building Companies…. Which is the best way and when does an invention warrant either of those paths. Podcast with Q&A Offered included in the blog post.

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Wagner, Johnston & Rosenthal, PC — This Law Firm not only Protects Entrepreneurs, But Helps Them Succeed!

May 9th, 2010 · No Comments

Karen Rands, on the Compassionate Capitalist radio hour, will interview lawyers from the firm Wagner, Johnston & Rosenthal, PC (www.wjrlaw.com) about areas of interest to entrepreneurs seeking to launch, grow, or exit their business. WJR provides a full range of legal services to entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate executives. Specializing in areas such as securities […]

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Why aren’t there more angel investors in the market to invest in early stage companies?

March 28th, 2010 · 7 Comments

Angel Investors who take risk providing early stage venture capital to startup companies reap the greatest financial rewards. Little known regulation already limits the entry of the most wealthy into this alternative asset allocation. Now Senator Dodd wants to make it even harder for entrepreneurs to find early stage investors. Podcast reveals investigative reporting discovery.

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The Legal Side of Raising Capital with Bernard Coleman of Womble Carlyle

December 20th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Bernard Coleman of Womble Carlyle, a highly regarded law firm, will share the legal side of successfully raising capital and how to avoid legal and civil liabilities from failing to do so maintain your exemption to SEC registration as private offering.  www.wcsr.com Listen Now! Check out these investment websites: Karen’s twitter page: @Karen_Rands, www.kugarandholdings.com, www.launchfn.com, […]

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Mr. Prez – Stimulate Economy with the Greater than $250K Income Crowd

October 7th, 2009 · 4 Comments

Proposal to President Barak Obama: Stimulate the economy by providing a tax offset incentive for accredited investors for every $25,000 they invest in a start up or early stage company, their taxes in that year are offset by that reduction in income, not when it is a loss, but now. This will create Jobs and bring Innovation to the marketplace with such a force our economic recovery is guaranteed.

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Where to find Early Stage Capital for your business

May 27th, 2009 · 5 Comments

Karen Rands’ Compassionate Capitalism radio show for entrepreneurs and investors returns to interview a special guest: Tony Erwin of Skyrocket Financial. Tony is an active member of the angel investor community in Atlanta having found fortune from his role in technology IPO and garnered success from sophisticated stock market investments. Now he helps growing companies […]

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The List of 10 Behaviors Entrepreneurs Should Avoid to Succeed

February 20th, 2009 · 7 Comments

10 Amateur Antics of Entrepreneurs that will lead to failure unless they pay heed and do the 3 things that Karen Rands and Jessica Mah, with other guests, discuss on this podcast. Highlights of the outcome of that radio show are in this blog post.

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10 Ways that Entrepreneurs Reveal they are Amateurs

February 14th, 2009 · 12 Comments

UPDATE:   2/14/08 I want to address the original title: Why 99% of Entrepreneurs Fail…more thoughts .  Don’t think the number is that high.  99% of entrepreneurs don’t fail.  99% of those that don’t learn how to shake their amateurism fail. I posted this as a question on linkedin via the Q&A section and received great responses.   […]

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