2014 was a momentous year for entrepreneurs and startup companies around the globe. Through out the year The Startup Garage has shared our knowledge, resources, and insights with you in efforts to skyrocket your success.
Below our Top 10 Best Blogs of 2014, we hope you find them invaluable and worth referencing time and time again.
How To Evaluate Your Startups Business Model
The business model is the means by which your company makes money for the value that you deliver to your customers. Learn how to create a strategy to monetize your product or service. Find out more here: How To Evaluate your Startup Business Model
What Type of Funding is Best for My Company?
There are three main sources of funding, family, friends, and founders.
Learn to how determine which funding source is right for you.
Find out more here: What Type of Funding Is Best For My Company
How To Raise Startup Capital In 120 Seconds
A quick pitch should serve as a teaser of what’s exciting and noteworthy to come next. The intention of a 2-minute pitch is to deliver a heavy dose of substance, content, and sizzle regarding your Startup’s investment potential.
Find out more here: How To Raise Startup Capital in 120 Seconds
Infographic What’s Your Entrepreneurial Vision?
Behind every entrepreneur or startup founder there is vision, mission, and purpose on how to serve the world at large.
What’s your vision?
To Make the World More…
Beautiful? Smart? Fun?
Find out here: Infographic What’s Your Entrepreneurial Vision
How To Determine Market Traction For Your Startup
Market traction is proof that somebody wants your product; it communicated momentum in market adoption. The more market traction you can demonstrate the less risk there is in the investment.
Find out more here: How To Determine Market Traction For Your Startup
Social Media A Startup Must-Have
5 Reasons why Social Media is no longer optional for your Startup Business. Find out more here: Social Media A Startup Must-Have
How To Define a Small Business Vs. A High-Growth Startup
A startup company, also referred to as a high-growth startup, is a company with a business model that is designed to be repeatable and scalable. This is directly opposed to a small business,
Find out more here: How to Define a Small Business Vs. A High-Growth
How To Write a Term Sheet For Your Startup
Technically speaking, a term sheet is a non-binding agreement that demonstrates a basic set of terms and conditions under which an investment is made, typically by either an angel or venture capital investor.
Find out more here: How To Write a Term Sheet For Your Startup
How Long Does It Take to Raise Capital?
The average time is somewhere between three to six months for both you Angel round and your Series A round. It really breaks down into three major steps.
Find out more here: How Long Does It Take to Raise Capital
Why A Business Plan Is Essential When Crowdfunding Your Startup
Letting the crowd fund your startup doesn’t mean allowing your business plan to go unwritten. In the business world, approximately 543,000 new businesses get started each month and funding those businesses comes from a variety of sources. Find more here: Why a Business Plan is Essential When Crowdfunding Your Startup