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Startup Company

on a serious note put up a Property as security to banks. We decided to fund it personal as much as we can to get it off the ground, Company registration, Accounting fees, Design, Website are just some of the things we could afford ourselves without the need to take the extra risk before the product/service was selling (risk such as equity within our company). This allowed us leverage and gave our future financiers/ Investors/ Banks faith, trust & ability that we can take an idea on paper to a...

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Executive summary example

1. Executive summary This company that will have several components 1. Commercial Real Estate Property 2. Incubator for Startup Companies 3. Advising and Training for Startup Companies including discounted legal and other services 4. Church that will provide moral support and counseling free of charge. The goal would be to achieve a 90% success rate for startup enterprises who would occupy the building. Today the Failure rate is closer to 90% due to lack of understanding for and use...

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Mgt/230 Week 3

("Dangerous Grounds: About the Show", 2013). Given diversity and competition in the market, the small startup company of Custom Coffee & Chocolate will require a clear mission statement, detailed business analysis, and tactical plans that will help it to increase market share within the Seattle community. A mission statement describes a company’s fundamental purpose and how that company is unique within its product and services offerings. In writing of the company’s mission, each word must...

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Tactus Tackles Fund-Raising

case of Tactus fund-raising, they faced many financial obstacles in raising their capital. Craig and Micah did the right thing by not obtaining funds from friends and family at first. One of the major reasons new startup companies fail is because they undercapitalize. A startup company must have enough capital to get establish and stay afloat through the slow times before experiencing prosperous times. Yes, it is true. Friends and family are more willing to listen to your business plan and help...

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Chilecon Valley Case Study

 CHILECON VALLEY CASE STUDY What is the Chilecon valley phenomenon, what type of companies are involved, and why should we take it seriously? In Chile, the start-up community has begun to boom. Indeed, the market conditions there are improving, while the rest of the world remains stagnant or on the decline. This, coupled with a very young population, has set up a prosperous climate for technology startups to spring up in the area, to such an extent that the region is nicknamed « The Chilecon...

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Angel Math Case Study

1. What types of people are angel investors, and how are they different from venture capitalists? Angel investors are high net worth individuals and successful business people who provide financial backing for small entrepreneurs or startups. They have cash, contacts and connections. They focus on helping the business success, rather than reaping an enormous profit from their investment. They are not professional but sophisticated and distinct from venture capitalists. No two angel investors...

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Innovation in India

model of innovation has to provide a potential supply for the same. The summary is if India can attract 1/3rd of Research spending by the 30% of top 1000 research spenders operating already out of the country, it can fund its pertinent demand for startup innovation. We propose a model of creating “Research Service Innovation Centers” where customers will use these centers to convert their “inventions” in fundamental research to business applications via use of research services provided. The figure1...

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Bootstraping

without external help.[5] Bootstrapping in business means starting a business without external help or capital. Such startups fund the development of their company through internal cash flow and are cautious with their expenses.[11][12] Generally at the start of a venture, a small amount of money will be set aside for the bootstrap[13] process. * See Startup company, a startup company can grow by reinvesting profits in its own growth, if its bootstrapping costs are low and return on investment is...

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Zipcar Case

In the Zipcar Case, Chase is an emerging entrepreneur, with hopes of starting a successful company. They come up with the idea of timesharing a car, which will eventually get the name of Zipcar. Chase and her friend Danielson had initially funded the startup and forgone a salary for the company. While Chase and Danielson did not have a lot of experience in the car rental business, other than Danielson having some car sales experience, they sought out a lot of advice from many resources. Chase...

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Sources of Business Ideas

Resources You Might Like on tutor2u Revision quizzes for business students Starting a Business Sources of Finance for a Startup Franchising Cash Flow Forecasting for a Startup Creating & Protecting Business Ideas Startups and Understanding the Market Market Research for a Startup Locating the Startup Business Choosing a Legal Structure for a Startup Employing People in a Startup Generating and Protecting a Business Idea Using Breakeven in Decision-Making Finance Revenues Breakeven Basics Costs...

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