What Not To Do When Raising Money For Your New Company

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July 8, 2013 ‐ By Liz Burr

From Black Enterprise

Of course, there are a lot of things you need to do when you’re trying to raise money for your startup. But there are also a lot of things you want to avoid.

If you’ve landed a meeting with a potential investor, you don’t want to blow it. Avoid the following 5 “don’ts” and you’ll be on the right path to making a favorable impression:

1. Don’t raise more money than you will need. You may be tempted to think more is better when it comes to raising capital, but actually this is not true.

For more don’ts when fundraising for your new business, click through to Black Enterprise

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  • Just saying!!

    All I see is don’t raise more money than you need which I don’t really understand anyway. Are there more points to this article because this is the only page I see…