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Here are the key ingredients for a pitch that wins over angel investors.
The adoption of her first son inspired Danielle Dietz-LiVolsi to create both Nuttzo and Project Left Behind.
A Kentucky company is working on a process to convert 25 tons of hemp biomass per day into high-quality oil with uses for all the byproducts.
Never mind the naysayers. Earning a high income or achieving wealth is not out of reach.
Funding is available. The problem is startups not positioning themselves to attract investors.
Rob Angel, the creator of Pictionary, discusses the evolution of one of the world's most popular board games.
It was taken when he received his 28th order, and today reminds him to work through the inevitable hard times.
In this episode of our weekly pitch show, the investors hear four strong pitches ... and one that ends in cursing.
Here are three great places to start when seeking angel investment.
Former Navy SEAL and Perfect Fitness founder Alden Mills offers leadership insights into building teams that achieve success.
Crowdfunding, universities and government programs can be attractive options for people who want to start a business without giving up too much equity.
Plus, here's how to evaluate companies ahead of investment.
Setting the right price point can make or break your business.
Are you falling into one of these common traps?
Former restaurateur Vanessa Phillips pursued her dream of reaching people in their homes with the founding of Feel Good Foods.
What's the best way to tell the world that your company exists and is open for business? Six entrepreneurs share their strategies and stories.
The Amazon founder and CEO has four key pieces of advice for budding entrepreneurs.
These seven steps will help you bring your product idea to life when starting a business.
Early-stage entrepreneurs need marketplace traction to raise capital. And capital to generate traction. Here's how to get out of this frustrating cycle.
Don't worry about what your future holds or whether you'll be able to sustain your early success. Get your first customers on board, treat them well and use that success to fund your next steps.
Avoid the hubris of over-stretching yourself when you start out. You will thank me for it.
Here are three things investors want to hear from you.
This founder breaks down some of the strategies he has used to find good fits for his business.
Arkansas' capitol city quite publicly skipped the competition for Amazon's HQ2 and found the right partners to drive growth instead.
Prepare to play every role in the book to get your business off the ground
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