New businesses are always short on capital. It's almost an immutable law of the universe that any new business that starts is going to struggle for money until sales start happening and income begins to exceed expenditure. That lack of capital is one of the major reasons why so many potentially great businesses fail within a year of starting and the lack of capital is one of the major problems for many businesses even beyond that first year.
If you want to have the very best chance of taking your business through that survival period and on into a time when it can really grow and prosper you're going to need more capital... you're going to need capital from outside investors and you're going to need to understand the difference between angel investors and investors who provide venture capital and the new realm of equity crowd funding.
At this week’s METal, a panel comprised with a VC (William Quigley bit.ly/William_Quigley), Angel Investor and Equity Crowd Funding platform (Ron Miller - StartEngine bit.ly/Ron_Miller) will discuss the difference between the funding options a knowing which one is right for your business. We will also talk about what to expect when working in these different environments. If you want to maximize your chances of obtaining the right level of financing on terms that you can afford then you really need professional help and that's where knowing all of your options and opportunities are in front of you…Join Report
From August 01, 2015 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Save to calendar