Startup capital can come from various types of investors. Here are 4 types you may encounter and some tips on how to deal with each of them.
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A critical path analysis prevents scheduling conflicts in projects with numerous activities that have complex interactions.
Crowdfunding is not a new concept, but in 2015, the SEC finalized the rules and regulations to allow companies to offer and sell its securities through the use of crowdfunding. Now, everyday citizens and non-accredited investors can invest in early-stage companies.
Funding not only provides financial backing for the entrepreneur, but also validates the startup’s concept. Here are 8 resources every beginning entrepreneur should explore for concept stage funding.
What does becoming a startup unicorn mean? How do businesses achieve this exclusive title? As it turns out, this rare occurrence happens most often when companies contain these four components.
You have an idea for how this problem can be resolved. It’s a good idea. No, it’s a Great Idea! But what do you do now? How do you turn your Concept into Startup? Where do you begin?
So what if you are not a technical founder, engineer, or software programmer? Does this mean you’re incapable of launching a tech startup? Should you quit now because you’re wasting your time? No!