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Crucial Lessons on Funding a Business Enterprise


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Repost from Medium.com/what-i-learned-building

Talking again about Startups, I came across this Article which discusses about the crucial lessons that a Fundraiser can make in Funding his Company. The author, Boris Silver, is Co-Founder and President of FundersClub.

Crucial Lessons on Funding a Business Enterprise (Online)

We Put the Fun in Business Fundraising

We Put the Fun in Business Fundraising

Read the whole text for the below at the bottom.

  1. Only talk to investors when you are ready to raise money
  2. Make it easy for investors to research/find you online
  3. Timing matters for fundraising
  4. Raising money is about momentum. Continue reading
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Organization Development Professional: The Startup Phase


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The Organization Development Professional Startup
Masters in Business Administration – Philippines

How does the Organization Professional start his work in an organization.

Here is my report for my MBA (Masters in Business Administration) Class in the University of Saint La Salle in the Philippines.

While other amateur consultants get to show of what they know by enumerating their knowledge, it helps to follow protocol in doing your consultancy work. This is where the  8 phases of Organization Development Consultancy comes in.

8 Phases of Developmental Change in any Organization

8 Phases of Developmental Change in any Organization

In brief, let’s review the 8 Phases of Developmental Change in any Organization: Continue reading

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The Bootsrapping Guide to Jumpstarting your Business


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The Bootsrapping Guide to Jumpstarting your Business

In a culture dominated by spending and keeping up with the Joneses, finding a band of penny-pinching entrepreneurs is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Instead, what you would find are savvy bargain hunters – professionally skilled and trained in making a shopping purchase like it was an Olympic challenge. Because of this, our communities have seen a growing Chinese Merchant community that has been integral in our development as a nation. In recent years, a growing number of Indians are migrating here because of a stronger consumer market. Ask my neighbor. 🙂

Entrepreneur - Shoe Bootstrap a business

Entrepreneur – Shoe Bootstrap a business

Finding a level headed entrepreneur is a treasure. But once you find one, Continue reading


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Advice on Pitching your Startup to Venture Capitalists by Peter Thiel


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Advice on Pitching your Startup to Venture Capitalists by Peter Thiel

Repost from Peter Thiels Post

Funding for a Startup Business

Funding for a Startup Business

  1. Insist that you pitch in the morning. Don’t turn off the lights during the PowerPoint presentation.
  2. Venture Capitalists See a Lot of Pitches. Make yours unusual. Add jokes.
  3. Pitch to Junior Associates, Not to Senior Partners. Because the former need good deals to add to their name, otherwise they won’t become senior partners, while the latter are wealthy and won’t care much. Continue reading