The Money Train

David Pattison

Practical Inspiration Publishing

You have a great business idea but no money. There are investors out there with money looking for interesting new businesses. On the face of it, it’s a match made in heaven, with lots of positives – but beware the negatives.

Those investment decisions will shape the future of your business. The standard models that investors impose on startups and young companies can mean loss of control, overbearing input, disproportionate reward to the wrong shareholders, or founders being squeezed out of their own businesses.

The Money Train offers advice and guidance for those at the helm of young companies, or those looking to get their business ideas off the ground.

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