The Brain's Guide to Venture Capital is the perfect primer for anyone considering venture capital as a means to finance and grow their business. The guide will educate you on the basics of venture capital and help you determine whether it is the right source of capital for your company. If so, you'll find some tips on what to expect from VCs and how to prepare yourself for pitching venture capitalists. The Guide also details some of the negatives of venture capital and offers guidance on alternative funding strategies such as angel investment and SBA financing amongst others.
The Brain's Guide to Small Business Credit Cards helps business owners like you understand how to best select and use small business credit cards in ways that are advantageous to you. It includes an overview of the industry, how to select a small business credit card, things to look out for when getting a card and also the small business credit cards that we use which may be interesting since many on our team formerly worked at American Express.
The Brain’s Guide to Angel Investment is a complete introduction and overview to the world of angel investment for business owners like you who wish to raise funding from angel investors. It offers insights into angel investment for both first-time financing seekers as well as for more advanced capital seekers who may be looking to enhance their knowledge on how to get adequately financed.
The Brain’s Guide to SBA Financing helps you understand the maze of information that exists about the Small Business Administration and its various funding options for small businesses. It offers insights into the Small Business Administration and its numerous programs including those specifically for minorities, women and veterans. Our Guide to Small Business Administration Financing will help you navigate the labrynth that is the SBA and identify those programs that are best for you.
Who says that due diligence is a one-way street? The Brain's Guide to Reverse Due Dligence shows you how to research investors to determine the optimal firms to pitch your business to. But developing that list is just step 1. Once that set of investors is determined, our Reverse Due Diligence Guide shows you how to determine who the right investors are for your business when you inevitably get multiple offers for financing. This guide takes you through all stages of reverse due dligence from learning the facts about the firms to learning more about the individual investors within those groups or firms.