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How to Pitch to Investors – Survey Says It's The #1 Topic

By Robert Steven Kramarz / March 27, 2018

How to Pitch to Investors: Survey Says It’s The #1 Topic I’d like to thank everyone who responded to our recent reader survey about what’s most important to you, our readers, with respect to starting, growing and funding your companies. The number one thread throughout the survey responses is that readers were most interested in […]

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The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #10 – The One Thing in Your Way

By Robert Steven Kramarz / March 12, 2018

The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #10 – The One Thing in Your Way For some time now I’ve been presenting you with insights from visionary CEO’s of companies that have gone through vetting processes as a part of their fundraising efforts. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about these people and the issues they’ve […]

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The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #8 – The Power of New Perspective

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 27, 2018

The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #8 – The Power of New Perspective Nina Venturella, Founder of Majestic Wellness Academy, was bit by the bug. Actually two of them. Literally. You see, Nina was a born entrepreneur. Bitten by that bug at an early age, she became a success in several business ventures. Several […]

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The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #4 – The Matrix

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 13, 2018

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #4 – The Matrix Tony Drexel Smith is “The Man With the Plan.” Literally. Tony, founder, and CEO of Blue Moon Advisors, Inc., has written upwards of 1,000 business plans in his career. You’ve read about some of the entrepreneurs like Krista Whitely and John Humphrey that […]

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The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #3 – Pivoting

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 6, 2018

Sometimes, all you really need is the money. That was the case with Krista Whitely of Altitude Products as we illustrated in our recent post. Other times, it’s not the money — or at least it’s not the money you need first. Adam Layton, the Founder of Front Seat, Inc., had a brilliant idea — […]

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The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #1 – Mindset

By Robert Steven Kramarz / January 18, 2018

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #1 – Mindset 100% success. Companies that surpass a score of 925 in the Blue Moon “Capital Readiness Report” receive the funding they’re seeking — nearly 100% of the time! Let me explain. One of the issues that often arise in the funding game is due diligence. And, […]

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The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #6

By Robert Steven Kramarz / January 16, 2018

The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #6 The familiar saying is that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Fortunately, that adage doesn’t apply to people. At least some people. Take the case of experienced, successful entrepreneur Bill Haynor. After a successful career in banking and finance, Bill formed, grew and ultimately […]

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The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #5

By Robert Steven Kramarz / January 6, 2018

The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #5 First off, may you be very HIP in 2018 — Happy, Innovative and Prosperous! I trust you’ve enjoyed the series of stories and interviews I’ve been posting over the past few weeks. Each story is unique because the journey of every visionary entrepreneur is different. Yet, […]

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Entrepreneur's Boot Camp – Avoid the Pitfalls to Funding: Interview with the Creator

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 23, 2017

Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp – Avoid the Pitfalls to Funding: Interview with the Creator For the past few weeks, we’ve been presenting interviews with CEO’s that have completed the Entrepreneur’$ Boot Camp. I thought as we complete 2017 and look ahead to 2018, that this was a perfect time to share more about the creator of […]

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Innovations: The Neglected 97% – Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #3

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 8, 2017

Innovations: The Neglected 97% – Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #3 A few years ago, Adolfo Meza and a friend were having a conversation that will one day change the way you find entertainment — and most certainly how your children and grandchildren find it. Adolfo is an engineer and had spent ten years plying his […]

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