Stock ownership is at the lowest rate in almost two decades. These alternative investments may be the reason why.
There is one sure-fire way to get funding when you start your business: Get paying customers.
Even after you pique the interest of an investor, you have to convince him of the value of investing in your entrepreneurial efforts.
With new business starts at an all time high, you'd think shopping for good investments would be easier. But private investors aren't going there.
In case you ever find yourself trying to convince sophisticated investors that your business is worthy of their cash, here are five common faux-pas you should never say in your
Former kid entrepreneur and now Chief Executive Officer of iContact (an email marketing company), Ryan Allis, has lots of ideas for getting money to grow a business. He’s
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