Before you start contacting local angel investors, you should understand what they look for, so you make sure you are approaching the right angel groups and providing them with the information they need to make a “go” investment decision in your small business.
Angel investors get their name from their supportive nature. Instead of expecting an immediate return on their investment in a new business, angels instead take a percentage of the company, later enjoying the profits from their investment as the company grows.
As crowdfunding gains popularity, more options are becoming available for small- and medium-size businesses.
Friends and family remains one of the most likely places small business owners can find success looking for capital. Read more
Many lenders not only want to know that you have good cash flow, they want to make sure you have the right kind of cash flow. What does that mean?