A Note on Internet Resources for the Entrepreneur: A Small Firm Finance Perspective
This article concentrates on internet resources that are available to those interested in entrepreneurial and small firm finance. Specifically, I present web pages that focus on general entrepreneurial issues and different avenues for acquiring capital. The three main areas of external financing that I include are venture capital, going public, and loans. Additionally, the advantages of using electronic mail, distribution lists, and personal web page applications are discussed and several examples presented.
Volume (Year): 5 (1996)
Issue (Month): 1 (Spring)
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