How Do New Businesses Get Ahead in the Money Game

Posted by Pierre de la Fortune on July 24, 2015 @ 12:01 a.m.

Written by Barbara Pruitt

There's no question that startups need money to grow. But although there is not more capital available to new companies, the sources of capitalfrom personal savings to loan programs to crowdfunding platformsabound despite the economic downturn.

Navigating the growing startup financing landscape is the focus of the latest animated video from the Kauffman Foundation's sketchbook series. In "Money Game," Kauffman Senior Fellow Paul Kedrosky breaks down the various methods that entrepreneurs use to raise capital for new ventures, as well as the benefitsand hazardstied to each.

While entrepreneurs' greatest source of capital is personal savings, Kedrosky says in the video, the second most common type of new business financing is credit cards. He goes on to explain that, despite getting most of the attention, venture capital money is not a common source of funding for startups.

For more info please visit: http://www.kauffman.org/newsroom/how-do-new-businesses-get-ahead-in-the-money-game.aspx

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Where is the Video???

Wow, no video REALLY!!!

Venture Capitalist don't invest in startups

They invest in entrepreneurs with a track record.

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