Angel investors, fund managers, investment groups, and early stage VCs are finding golden opportunities in these economic times. Entrepreneurial America has never been more vibrant, creative, productive or innovative than when the markets are down. The collapse of public stock values for even “Blue Chip” companies is driving investors to seek alternate ways to recover their […]
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April 5th, 2014 · 7 Comments
start up and early stage entrepreneurs get a simple and effective workable plan to learn and get what they need to be successful in the marketplace and raise angel investment and early stage venture capital. Learn how the 1-10-100 plan works. Includes videos and podcast.
March 29th, 2012 · No Comments
Currently before the U.S. Senate are at least 3 bills proposing to legalize how private companies raise private investor capital through a process called Crowd Funding. A contentious and potentially epic battle is under way…. And I know there has to be a pony in this room full of S@!T
December 9th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Entrepreneurs’ ignorance in raising capital can be fixed unless they are a SLOTH. Companies are getting funded in this market—the ones that “get it”. The 3 things entrepreneurs do to be SLOTHS
October 12th, 2011 · 3 Comments
Online posting sites to match up with and connect with investors are fraught with problems. CrowdFunding is all the buzz but is it legal and does it work?
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.
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.
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, […]