Seeking to fund any business project is not an easy job these days. Banks do precious little in the field anymore, and venture capital firms have so many options that getting their attention frequently means giving away the farm.
Before you do that, you might try crowdfunding campaigns, or similar vehicles with very low success rates. Many end up back at the table offering up 51% of their project or more.
This goes against the grain with most entrepreneurs. Contrary to popular opinion, Shark Tank investor type relationships aren’t what most are looking for. That’s just a new form of servitude, not captaining your own ship.
What options are left? Maybe not many, but perhaps enough to allow you to retain controlling interest in your project. Perhaps even keeping it all.
This may not seem feasible, but it actually is.
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Our team will analyze your business plan, etc. and identify any perceived problems, assist in repair work and find the best way to proceed with the highest chances to succeed. You may not even need our assistance beyond the initial consultation.
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