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Help with raising funds for projects
Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/27/2011 12:43:55 PM

By: bank of mambo-jambo

yes... unlimited amounts!

please submit your banking coordinates and i'll initiate an immediate transfer by central bank of nigeria

dr. murks


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/12/2011 11:37:05 AM

By: knightmare3000

it depends upon the nature of the project. the easiest approach is either a) venture capitalists or b) financial angels. with the former you can raise cash by seeking reliable venture capitalist organizations ( see good international bank for this). they usually will want to know your business plan, financial references, experience with such projects,etc. they may also have to get a seat on the board of directors and exert considerable control over the project ( get a percentage of the stock in the company) . with the financial angels, they usually don't get a seat on the board of directors or stock , but they do get considerable percentage of the profits plus a percentage of any sale of the company in the future ( up to 50% of the profits or the proceeds ). in the old Fortune Small Business magazine about 2-3 years ago they gave a contact for them at University of New Hampshire or University of Rhode Island business school. see any other good business school( eg Tuck at Dartmouth; Wharton at U Penn, Stern at NYU) for a list of contacts for angels. either way money is available. it depends upon how much profits your are willing to give up or how much control of the company you are willing to give up.


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Posted: 4/11/2011 6:26:44 PM

By: Alex Baba

Can anyone help with reliable contacts for raising funds for my clients projects in Nigeria?


 

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