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Crowd Funding Legislation – Will it work for entrepreneurs?

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

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Tags: Current Financing Trends · Entrepreneurs Seeking Capital Corner · In The News · Podcasts

Entrepreneurs can be Penny Wise & Pound Foolish

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

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Tags: Entrepreneur Biz-Buzz · Entrepreneurs Seeking Capital Corner

Crowdfunding, and do Online Investor Portals Work?

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?

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Tags: Current Financing Trends · Entrepreneur Biz-Buzz · Entrepreneurs Seeking Capital Corner

Angel Investors are making early stage capital investments

September 11th, 2009 · 3 Comments

News is out, NBAI is in the top 50 angel groups in the US and is actively investing. 5 companies received investment this year through their pitch investor events. Many more have received capital from LAUNCHfn’s early stage venture capital services.

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Tags: Current Financing Trends · In The News

Why Investors hesitate to Invest

December 6th, 2007 · No Comments

A 2005 national survey of angel investor groups actively investing in private companies revealed that 66% of their members do not actively invest because of their lack of knowledge of the process, not because the opportunity was considered too risky.   When I heard this statistic and called the firm conducting the survey to confirm, I […]

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Why do they think this works????

December 6th, 2007 · 1 Comment

It always amazes me when I receive an email from an entrepreneur who is seeking capital and their introductory email completely sabotages their effort and intention.   The two types of emails I receive that would surely cause a the “DEL” key being hit by an investor go something like this: 1….  I’m sending this to you […]

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Tags: Entrepreneurs Seeking Capital Corner