Posts Tagged with "Business Startup"

Lawsuit Funding Companies – Banking on the Small Entrepreneur

Saturday, July 18, 2015

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If you are a keen business executive, you must have observed the temerity with which small enterprises are fighting Fortune 500 in court. This is unusual considering these large conglomerates are flush with cash to crash plaintiffs. Well, the secret lies in litigation financing, an aspect of financing that can help you safeguard your business […]

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Freelancing Your Way To A Real Business

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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When it comes to risk versus reward, freelancing is one of those vocation choices that has the potential of offering plenty of returns without a lot of up-front resources or capital at stake. Given the right opportunities, knowing the right people, and having the right skills can turn a casual hobby into something you can […]

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8 Points That Could Save a Start-Up from Messing Up

Thursday, February 20, 2014

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This article is built on the experiences of entrepreneurs who had fallen flat on their faces while trying to manage and host their start-up ventures. We think of a mind-boggling business idea and expect it to spark up as soon as we prepare a proposal. Well, it never works that way. However good or bad […]

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Why Economists Love Cloudsourcing

Saturday, April 6, 2013

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“The cloud” is the phrase on everyone’s lips this year, but not all new ideas stick with us—Segways, zip drives, and HD-DVD were all the hot new tech at one point, and they’ve all gone the way of the dinosaur. Will cloud computing wind up on the scrap heap of tech history? We don’t think […]

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Starting a Business on Credit: The Forbidden Financier

Thursday, April 4, 2013

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If you search for entrepreneurship advice online, it won’t take long to find experts shouting to avoid credit cards. They may cite the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which found that every $1,000 of credit card debt increases the probability that a firm will fail by 2.2%, or financial radio show host Dave Ramsey, who claims […]

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