Month

November 2014
As a small business owner you’ve no doubt been working hard over the years to make sure your pipeline is always as full as it can be and that your sales increase year on year. However, even if you feel confident that you’ve got to stage where you don’t have to worry so much about...
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There are quite a few articles, written by various venture capitalists (VCs), which aim to give entrepreneurs the heads up on what investors really expect when investing in a startup business. Our advice though, is to start with this great post by Nic Brisbourne. A seasoned VC and Managing Partner at Forward Partners, his post...
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You might feel after years and years of running your own business, and dealing with endless suppliers and customers, that you’d be fully prepared when it comes to negotiating a good sale. However, more business owners come a cropper at this stage than you would ever think. Selling your own business, understandably, requires an enormous...
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Making the decision to sell your start-up business is not always an easy one. Although for many entrepreneurs it is a sign of success and doing so enables them to take the next step in their entrepreneurial journey. The steps below detail how you can improve your chances of a successful business transaction and achieve...
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There are a large number of private equity journalists that you can follow online, however, without having the time to properly research which are the best, how can you possibly know if you’re missing out on the most up-to-date, exciting analysis from the brightest minds in private equity? Below you’ll find our choice of the...
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1. Brian Lund – http://bclund.com The Lund Loop blog is run by Brian Lund, the EVP and co-founder of Ditto Trade (a licensed broker dealer). Brian has over 25 years’ experience of trading markets and uses his blog to inform those who are interested in markets and trading. A popular and well respected blogger and...
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