Follow-up to Raising Startup Capital – New York Times Article on the Topic

My post yesterday, "Raising Startup Capital from Investors- Information Resources,"  mentioned that many small businesses are not in the market for traditional venture capital financing.  Coincidentally, the New York Times today has a very interesting article which reports that many Internet start-ups are foregoing venture capital in their early stages and choose instead to grow on a shoestring. 

Read "For Start-Ups, Web Success on the Cheap."

This happens to be the most e-mailed article in the NY Times today, I wonder why.  Are so many people dreaming of Web success on the cheap? 

About Imke Ratschko

Imke Ratschko is a New York Attorney helping small businesses, business owners and entrepreneurs with all things "Small Business Law," such as litigation, contracts, business owner disputes, shareholder and operating agreements, sale or purchase of a business, investors, and starting a business. You can reach her at 212.253.1027.


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  2. Raising capital has never been easy.There is still alot of capital available for investment. Knowing where to look and having the proper legal documents is key. Good advise.