With the rise in entrepreneurial ventures, there is an increase in the need for start-up and growth capital. For those of you who are unable to boot-strap the business, turning to friends and family for funding may seem like an easier path.
Jayne O’Donnell, The USA Today, captures perspectives from folks who have invested in family or friend business ventures. Julie Cropp Gareleck, Managing Partner, Junction Creative Solutions, was also quoted in this article about her experience with another business she owns with her family, WWWT Ventures.
Borrowing from friends, family? Put terms in writing
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