Many startup entrepreneurs begin by bootstrapping and utilizing their personal finances to fund their businesses. As they continue to develop their products or services and expenses start to add up, there comes a point at which they strongly consider – 1....
With banks largely disinterested in funding small and medium-sized companies and traditional crowdfunding often not delivering adequate amounts of capital, businesses with growth agendas were left between a rock and hard place.
It was time for a new ‘IDEA’ . . .
The cannabis industry is booming, but business owners face unique challenges when it comes to securing financing. With traditional funding mostly unavailable, those looking to ride the wave are seeking capital from a new set of sources.
The old adage “you need to spend money to make money” only works if you have money in the first place. Here are some funding options to consider for the earliest stages of your business.
Family office investment preferences can be as varied as the families doing the investing, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t common themes each may look for that provide perspective for small and medium-sized businesses that may be in need of capital.