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April 2017 Archives

The details new business owners shouldn't neglect

Colorado residents may choose to start businesses to experience the thrill of being their own bosses. However, there are many details involved with starting a company that some entrepreneurs may overlook, which could reduce their odds of being successful. For instance, business owners may forget to secure the licenses and permits they may be legally required to possess prior to opening their doors to customers. Individuals should be aware that they may have to pay certain fees or dues to become properly certified to run a company.

Venture capital investing in the first quarter of 2017

Colorado entrepreneurs who are interested in funding their businesses using venture capital might be interested in learning that in the first three months of 2017, venture capitalists invested more than $16 billion in nearly 1,800 companies. Of that capital, half of it went to more than 500 companies in California. However, of the companies that did receive venture capital investments in that time, 69 percent were not in California. Companies in Washington D.C. and 46 states all received venture capital investment.

Expanding a business into international markets

There are a number of reasons why a Colorado business owner might want to expand into the international market, and one of the biggest is the incredible potential for growth. However, many business owners are intimidated at the idea of this type of expansion, and this is especially true after the uncertainty related to the passage of Brexit.