The New Fundraising Reality for Entrepreneurs, Patrick E.Donohue
Patrick E.Donohue

The New Fundraising Reality for Entrepreneurs

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In a sea of capital, why are our small business owners starving for the funds to fuel their growth? What would happen if entrepreneurs understood the REAL reasons investors plunk down their investment cash? Author and fundraising expert Patrick Donohue, CFA shares his inside knowledge of how the rules of the capital raising game have dramatically changed in just the last three years and what these changes mean for entrepreneurs.

What if entrepreneurs were empowered to find the funds they need to fuel their business today?

What if entrepreneurs could spend their time growing their business rather than working so hard to fundraise?

Donohue debunks the myths of small business fundraising so that these business owners can significantly increase their odds of success. The first step is to realize there’s a new playing field and that the new rules actually favor the small business entrepreneurs who understand the game.
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Julia Rakova
Julia Rakovahas quoted5 years ago
Go to where the PASSION is - not where the money is! Do this and the path to investment capital will reveal itself.
Daria Zaytseva
Daria Zaytsevahas quoted2 years ago
Entrepreneurs need to demonstrate that they can identify and get in front of potential investors. Showing this determination in fundraising is a kind of litmus test to the investment community. It demonstrates the abilities of the team to identify and solve a challenge and to clearly articulate a vision to people who don’t know them. If entrepreneurs are uncomfortable pitching prospective investors, chances are they may have difficulty selling to customers too.

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