Categories Startup Financing

How are you going to pay for THAT?

From crowdfunding campaigns to venture capital, from bank loans to bootstrapping, there's no 'right' way to finance a new business. Depends on the business, too; whereas a product-based business or tech startup might need $1 million from angels (or friends and family) to get off the ground, a service-based business might be doable with just a couple hundred bucks in the bank. For others, incubators and accelerators provide a needed combo of mentorship and capital.

Learn everything you need to know about YOUR situation, from how to put a valuation on your budding startup to what makes a pitch deck brilliant (vs. boring), here.

3 Strategies for Bootstrapping From the Beginning

Get creative when it comes to saving so that you can scale smarter.

7 Strategies for Getting People to Invest in Your Business

Devote some time to developing your investment strategy, in whatever form it might come in.

13 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Part-Time Financial Manager

Take your time to make sure the person in this role can meet all of your company’s needs.

3 Crowdfunding Myths to Understand Before Launching Your Next Campaign

The key to a successful campaign is hard work and preparation — not good luck.