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"How Funding Works - Splitting The Equity With Investors - Infographic" Great Visuals

"How Funding Works - Splitting The Equity With Investors - Infographic" Great Visuals | Startups | Scoop.it
This infographic shows how funding works for a hypothetical startup splitting equity with angel investors, venture capitalists and IPO.

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More about Funding for Start Ups and Entrepreneurs: www.Business-Funding-Insider.com

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Why investors don't respond: the real reasons

Why investors don't respond: the real reasons | Startups | Scoop.it

Why investors don't respond to your messages! How to Find Investors.


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Social Media Success - How to Obtain Start-Up Funding - Maximize Social Media

Social Media Success - How to Obtain Start-Up Funding - Maximize Social Media | Startups | Scoop.it
Have a great idea but don't have the funds to get it off the ground? Angel investors have long been a cornerstone of the start-up community.

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The Obama Jobs Goal That's Quickly Imploding

The Obama Jobs Goal That's Quickly Imploding | Startups | Scoop.it
On the campaign trail last year, President Barack Obama laid out a specific jobs goal that he said would help rebuild the country's struggling middle class: Add 1 million new manufacturing positions to the U.S.
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3-D Printing Will Soon Become a Routine Manufacturing Tool | MIT Technology Review

3-D Printing Will Soon Become a Routine Manufacturing Tool | MIT Technology Review | Startups | Scoop.it
GE, the world’s largest manufacturer, is on the verge of using 3-D printing to make jet parts.

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