There are many different avenues you can take when trying to obtain funding for your business, whether you're just starting out or looking for capital to help you expand and grow. Bright Hub's Entrepreneurship Channel has an entire subdivision dedicated to exploring these different funding opportunities to help you decide which ones are best for your business and your personal management style.
If you're thinking about using personal funds, be careful. It's very easy for personal and business finances to become so intermingled that a business failure could cause personal ruin. For instance, if you're thinking about mortgaging your home to raise business startup capital, make sure you're aware of all the pros and cons first.
For other funding ideas and advice, check out the other tips offered by our experienced writers. Learn more about the impact of different funding methods, and discover if your business venture qualifies for certain grants and government loans. Most of all, make sure you know what you're getting into before you sign your name on that dotted line!
Nonprofits can't change the world unless they take care of themselves first, which means having enough overhead to properly pay their employees and take care of other essential needs. Here's why nonprofit overhead is important and necessary.
You may be aware of crowd funding strategies used by charities to raise money for a school or a disaster relief project. However, crowd funding has interesting potential for a business to raise capital as well. Learn more about this process here.
Finding funding for your business is crucial, not only for getting started, but to ensure that a business has a chance to be successful. Without proper funding from the outset, businesses may fail rapidly. Venture capital, personal loans and retirement...
For small businesses, the personal credit scores of the owners play an important part in obtaining loans - both secured and unsecured. We'll take a look at some major factors of your credit score and gives tips for improving your rating.
Funding is indispensable for the commercial application of any invention. Few investors, however, have the financial resources to mass-produce or market their own inventions. The funding for the experimentation itself usually comes from someone else.
If trade credits are great, then why do businesses fail to meet their obligations? Credit arrangements are supposed to bring benefits to an entrepreneur; then something must be amiss if a business entity finds itself falling into a credit trap...
Some of the biggest companies in the world could not have started without getting the funding for their business. Do you have a dream or business you think can become a success? Find out if you are ready and what milestones you need to achieve before...
When comparing angel investors vs. venture capitalists, both invest funds in businesses with substantial element of risk and uncertainty, expecting high returns. Although similar in purpose, differences exist in structure and the way they involve the...
By N Nayab
June 27, 2011
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