Category Small Business Development
“Have you drawn a “line in the sand” on when to close your business?” Small Business Week is April 30 – May 6. Intuit’s QuickBooks, a company best known for their accounting software, was interested in hearing takeaways from successful small business professionals. As a QuickBooks user for the last 10 years, I wanted to […]
Here are two big questions you’re asking yourself if you’re launching a company and looking to raise capital before you’ve generated revenue… and an answer from one seasoned Angel investor. Agree? Disagree? Comment below. What do angel investors expect in a business plan for a Tech startup in the early stages? How should financial projects […]
In today’s heavily regulated banking market, it has been increasing difficult for small businesses to obtain financing from traditional bank sources. There are a myriad of reasons for this, including but not limited to: Required level of financing below Banks’ mandated levels Recent operating losses Start-up or early stage operations Rapid growth in revenue Debtor- in […]
The new way to launch your start-up or early-stage company has hit the entrepreneurial landscape like a hurricane. Business Accelerators and Incubators cover the landscape as it seems that every city, state, major university and country has joined the fray of early-stage venture capital companies like Y-Combinator, DreamIt, Idealabs, and MassChallenge to help you “accelerate” […]
Relationship 2.0, Inc., the developers of CoupleWise, announced it has been selected to join MassChallenge UK, the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet.
April 7, 2016 Greenwich, CT. In late September 2015 Beverly Wall, CEO of Languages International, Inc., an 18 year old language translation service business based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was investigating new ways to grow her business in 2016. In research mode, she contacted and had several conversations with Dan Gallo, The Allasso Group’s Managing […]