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How I Pitched My Business and Raised $2.3 Million in VC Funding

When you’re pitching, just remember: You need to have some sort of magic. You’ll feel it when you have it, and so will investors. Learn how one entrepreneur found his "magic" and translated it into business success.

By Tim Chaves | Share This

Demand Validation: How to Find Out If Customers Want to Buy Your Product

Before you start your business, it’s essential that you make sure that customers are interested in buying your product. Here's how to do it.

By Noah Parsons | Share This

How to Balance Cash Flow in a Seasonal Business

When it comes to managing cash flow, seasonal businesses have unique challenges. These techniques will help you manage your cash flow, and adapt to changes within your business.

By Arlene Soto | Share This

How to Use Coupons for Your Business (Without Losing Money)

Coupons can be a great tool for your business—or a great way to lose money. Here's how to design a successful coupon initiative that will keep new customers coming back again and again.

By Jonathan Griffit | Share This

How I Pivoted My Startup 3 Times to Find Success

One of the perks of being a startup is that you have the flexibility to keep changing your identity until you get it right. Find out how one successful entrepreneur worked through multiple iterations of his idea before finding the winner.

By Augustus Franklin | Share This

4 Things You Won’t Regret Spending Money on When Starting Your Business

Arguably, you shouldn’t spend your hard-earned startup funding on expensive office chairs. However, some expenses are worth shelling out for up front.

By Courtney Apps | Share This

When Do You Really Need Insurance for Your Business?

It can be hard to determine what kind of insurance your business really needs. To ensure that your new business is protected in any scenario, here are some common business insurance policies, and how they actually work.

By Maxime Rieman | Share This

6 Business Idea Validation Tactics to Improve Your Business Planning

The fate of your business depends on how well (or poorly) you validate your business idea. Fail to validate it properly, and you run the risk of business failure.

By Joe Goerbert | Share This

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