The funding landscape for entrepreneurs includes a wide range of financing options from bootstrapping to venture capital and raises questions about equity ownership for startups.
08/27/13 How to Raise $1 Million in 30 Days or Less — Slava Rubin, cofounder of international crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, shares best practices for startup funding and answers questions about his own entrepreneurial journey, how to create an effective campaign, and more.
08/27/13 The basics of crowdfunding is told from the perspectives of Jase Wilson, founder and CEO of civic crowdfunding platform Neighbor.ly, who shares fundraising guidance; Jason Ried and Claude Aldridge, cofounders of Trellie, who tell their experience using Kickstarter to launch their business; and Nate Allen, founder and CEO of data-visualization firm 4 First Names, who presents data that he scraped from Kickstarter and what it means for companies considering crowdfunding.
Aspiring entrepreneurs at every stage can find the best path for their next step on this list of Kauffman-supported resources.
02/05/13 The Kauffman Foundation addresses challenges and opportunities in financing new and young companies at its fourth annual State of Entrepreneurship Address at the National Press Club in Washington.
02/05/13 The Kauffman Foundation addresses challenges and opportunities in financing new and young companies at its fourth annual State of Entrepreneurship Address at the National Press Club in Washington. Remarks from Small Business Administrator Karen Mills, U.S. Senator Jerry Moran and Kauffman President and CEO Tom McDonnell open the program.
10/03/12 This paper discusses investment options for entrepreneurial ventures and discusses appropriateness of private equity as an option.
07/17/12 New companies with high growth potential – and with high potential to create jobs – often struggle to obtain sufficient capital to cross the so-called "Valley of Death" in the process from concept to prototype. With continued economic uncertainty, government funding is no longer a guaranteed solution, and private investors have become increasingly risk averse. According to a report released by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, both startup activity and investment would be increased by a permanent tax exemption on capital gains on investments in startups held for at least five years.
06/27/12 Alicia Robb, Senior Research Fellow, Kauffman Foundation and Co-author, A Rising Tide: Financing Strategies for Women-Owned Firms discusses the book.
Entrepreneurship.org focuses on content and resources to assist and educate entrepreneurs, business mentors, policymakers, academics, and investors.
Each November more than 40 events inspire, engage, and connect entrepreneurs across our Kansas City community.
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