Who Needs Money?

Like all of us……

I like to pass on information that can help entrepreneurs. I found this site that gives great resources on business funding. Check out www.netpreneur.org and look under the funding section.  From angels to VC’s, it’s all here.

Funding is that ugly word most entrepreneurs do not want to hear, or have to deal with. We are all in the same boat, just in different oceans at different times. You must commit to having to do it, and it will come easier than you expect.

Another good resource from the SBA for a technology company looking for dollars for R&D and growth is the SBIR Program (Small Business Innovation Research) grant money. You can go to www.sba.govweb and type in SBIR to pull it up……

If anyone has their own funding tips, secrets or resources, I would love it if you would share with us. It is always great to pay it forward……….

Always Dream BIG!

Kim Babjak

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