Your business all begins with an idea. That idea could be anything, as long as it is something you are passionate about because, without passion, you won’t enjoy building your business. However, that idea also needs to be something that will be scalable and that people will want. Otherwise, no matter how much you love your products or services, you won’t be able to make any money.
Once that idea becomes a reality, and you have plans in place to launch and make it grow, you may want to recruit an angel investor. An angel investor is an individual or company that invests money into your business in return for a percentage of the equity. Over time, they will receive their money back with interest (how much depends on the size of their stake). We’ve put together some great tips to help you find an angel investor who will give you exactly what you need and want.
A workplace survey indicated that 85% of people had experienced some conflict in their working environments. The participants also admitted that these misunderstandings were often clear indications of error and confusion. Unfortunately, unresolved workplace issues can metamorphose into something that affects productivity and team cohesion. Therefore, you may want to take note of these pointers to avoid falling victim to them.
M.E.L. is an attorney and small business entrepreneur whose mission is to help professionals conquer the workaday world with style and poise.
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