Once you’ve made the decision to start a business, you need to know how much money you really need to start the business and give it a good chance of surviving.
Many small businesses fold up due to poor financial management: inadequate working capital and poor cash flow. Here are 10 ways to improve the cashflow of your small business.
As a business owner, it is critical to determine and understand what’s wrong and what’s not working with your business. Understand your financials to help you zero in on the problems in order to provide a workable solution, tough as it may be.
One way to finance a business is to tap angel investors. However, finding the right investor is not easy. Read tips on how you can prepare your business to attract angel investors from a small business owner who just received angel financing.
Businesses fail, not because of the lack of a business plan, lack of foresight or lack of competent management, but rather the lack of capital. Here are some realities you need to face when starting a business with hardly any capital on your pocket