The author emphasizes working with suppliers and customers as sources of financing through longer terms from suppliers and shorter payment terms from customers.
After discussing this cycle of finance, the audiobook focuses on the skill set to acquire the money. It starts with knowing your deal: what the elevator pitch is that you need to refine to get angels, investors, and lenders to listen to your longer story. Much of what you are is defining what you are not, so that your brand or name or service reflects a clear mission statement for customers and financial people alike. Then the audiobook provides suggestions about how to close financings through strategic thinking, as well as tips on hiring the financial people you need to hire or contract with to handle that side of your business. This is a must-listen for entrepreneurs. along with Business Startup by the same author.
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I will use this book as a reference for many years. As a young woman especially this gave me a great foundation to start and continue with my future goals. The language was concise and direct and more accurate than many of the seminars I've attended over the last few years.
It was direct and the explanations were great. They weren't too winded and it was in common language so everyone, especially those dedicated truly have a road map. I liked the enthusiastic reading also.
I haven't.... but I would read/ listen to other subject matters from Mr. Brown.
I have an 11 month old and I'm a full time working mom. There was no way that I could listen or read a book in one sitting.
Book marking the chapters on my Kindle made it easy to find where I left off.
I don't think there's anything wrond with self promotion. I think at the end of the audio book there should have been a
Deaver surely brings up new ideas to help you finance your business. Things that have worked in my case are approaching older females in my family for money. The book is value for money.
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