For years there has been a pervasive opinion across the entrepreneurial landscape that the US has a shortage of capital required to startup and grow new ventures. It is suggested that companies cannot find the cash necessary to start new and exciting ventures. Furthermore during this economic downturn, we’ve heard a crescendo of voices lamenting […]
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For the past few months, Liz Marchi and I have been developing a new ½-day workshop for entrepreneurs: Financing a High-Impact Venture (in Montana). This new seminar was beta tested in Kalispell at Flathead Valley Community College yesterday morning for 22 enthusiastic participants. Topics covered included capital sources for entrepreneurs, debt versus equity, exits, business […]
I received an email solicitation encouraging me to purchase a new book on starting companies by Elizabeth Edwards about two weeks ago. Now…without explaining further, you can guess what I do with such solicitation. That’s right…delete! But, for some reason, I read the email and promptly both bought and read the book. Am I glad […]