Archive for November, 2011

i2E Entrepreneur-in Residence Program

November 29 2011 No Commented

The Innovation to Enterprise organization in Oklahoma, headed by Tom Walker, has a new Entrepreneur-in-Residence program to bring national expertise on building and financing new ventures to Oklahoma entrepreneurs. Here is a recent blog from the Oklahoman on this program: Entrepreneurship 2.0 — Bringing ‘Best Practices’ to Oklahoma

Kevin Learned’s Perspective on Valuation

November 29 2011 No Commented

Kevin is a friend and angel leader in Boise, Idaho.    Dr. Learned is a counselor at the Idaho Small Business Development Center at Boise State University where he specializes in counseling with entrepreneurs seeking equity capital. He is a member of the Boise Angel Fund, and is a principal in Loon Creek Capital which assists […]

Crowd Funding – A Critique for Entrepreneurs and Investors

November 25 2011 12 Commented

Crowd funding enables entrepreneurs to raise money in relatively small amounts from large numbers of interested investors.  In the sum, substantial amounts of money (as much as a million dollars) can be raised for each startup company.  Recently, entrepreneurs in many countries have been soliciting investment through “crowd funding” websites designed specifically for fundraising purposes.  […]