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Do You Need an LLC for Your Small Business?

There are many different stages of starting your own business, so after you’ve come up with an idea, received some funding, and even gotten a few clients, you may be wondering what’s next. You may want to consider structuring your business into a legal entity like an LLC. Legal entities like sole proprietorships, corporations, and…

How ICOs are Reinventing Investment for Startups and Investors

The following is a guest post by Nick Rojas. Nick combines 20 years of experience working with and consulting for small to medium businesses and a passion for journalism to help readers grow. Cryptocurrency like Bitcoin has become a mainstream currency for many businesses. As Bitcoin and other digital currencies continue to increase in popularity…

How to Set Yourself up for the Proper App Funding

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Let’s get this straight, getting funded is not a milestone.…

6 Secret Snags of Starting a Startup

The following is a guest post by Tiffany Rowe. Tiffany is a Marketing Administrator at Seek Visibility, where she assists clients in contributing resourceful content throughout the web. When you decide to become an entrepreneur, you know that the path ahead isn’t easy. Business is nearly synonymous with risk, and achieving stability and success takes an…

How Sales Reps Can Use Funding Data to Identify Their Next Big Money Prospect

The following is a guest post by Courtney Buchanan. Courtney is the senior content marketing manager at Mattermark, a data intelligence tool that helps sales professionals identify the right prospects that matter most. This post originally appeared on the Mattermark blog. Just three years ago, the food delivery business started to take off, with more than $1…

What You Need to Know About Business Lines of Credit

The following is a guest post by Tiffany Rowe. Tiffany is a Marketing Administrator at Seek Visibility, where she assists clients in contributing resourceful content throughout the web. Most entrepreneurs know about the typical types of funding: loans, investors, venture capitalists, bootstrapping, and the like. Most even know a bit about business lines of credit –…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Paddy Quinlan

Name: Paddy Quinlan Digest: Dublin Curator Since: July 2015 Title: Accelerators Coordinator at DCU Ryan Academy Twitter Handle: @PaddyQ1990 Paddy Quinlan joined the DCU Ryan Academy in 2011; since then he has acted as Coordinator for their flagship programme the ‘Propeller Venture Accelerator’. Propeller has invested over €700,000 in 24 startups, to date these startups have raised…

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