Business: Investing Small Biz Entrepreneurship by Fred Sanches

Business: Investing Small Biz Entrepreneurship

byFred Sanches

Kobo ebook | January 19, 2015

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Small businesses looking for financial help from an “angel” often turn to individuals willing to invest in promising, start-up opportunities. Angel investors can be a good funding source to consider after you’ve tapped your friends and relatives. But angels usually don’t write blank checks. They’ll want to see progress and a way to exit the deal down the line with meaningful profits.


Be thoughtful in approaching potential investors. Biotech investors, for example, don’t want to hear about a clothing manufacturer. A scattershot approach is likely to turn them off. Industry associations, local trade groups or, in some states, business-incubator centers can help point to potential angels.

Title:Business: Investing Small Biz EntrepreneurshipFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 19, 2015Publisher:Fred SanchesLanguage:English

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