investors

Investors may seem like guardian angels, but they are definitely worth investigating when you’re seeking seed funding. Expectations run high in relationships where seed funding is involved. Therefore, invest the time to ensure that that your “too-good-to-be-true” angel investor really is just that: 1. Do a reference check. Although angel investors may come through referrals, […]

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Mark Susser, a VC at GRP partners (and guest blogger for VentureHacks), offers his two-part list of the top 10 skills he looks for in entrepreneurs and their companies before he’s willing to part with any cash for investment. Stay tuned for skills 8-10 . . . but for now, here’s 1-7 to get you […]

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You may roll your eyes and picture your grandmother waggling her finger in your face saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, young lady,” but she was right. How simple would it have been to floss regularly, instead of having to go through the time and expense of filling a cavity? My husband […]

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Investors can be a real boon to your business, but no question–they’ll want a piece of the action.  What’s involved in issuing shares to them? Q: We currently have a market cap of $200,000 (2,000 shares X $100 per share). We were wondering how to authorize new shares to new investors. A: It’s not unusual for companies […]

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