As a founder of a small business or startup, you’re juggling many things. You need to use your time and resources productively by focusing on the right metrics so you can use data to help you implement improvements that matter.
Picking the right attorney in your startup is as important as picking the right business partner. You can’t underestimate the importance of selecting an attorney who “gets” your business model, your market opportunity, and most importantly, your fundraising and exit strategy.
The saying goes, "cash is king." But, more specifically for businesses, cash flow is king. Learn how to stay on top of the cash flow within your business.
Budgets are an important tool for nonprofits—both from a legal standpoint, and to keep investors and donors engaged and happy. Here's how to improve the budgeting process within your nonprofit.
If you're starting a business with high-growth potential, finding investment may be an important item on your to do list. Here's how to find angel investors.
If you're starting a business, it's important to separate your business finances and personal finances early on. Here's why, and how to do it.
Whether you’re a private company looking for funding, or a growth-stage company looking to be listed on a public exchange, early investment is critical.
Not all businesses are good candidates for angel investment. If you're wondering how to get angel investment, ask yourself these 5 questions first.