Useful resources



Here you can find some useful link that take you to one of the most used platforms designed to help you get funds for your idea, will help you understand all the legal contexts before you start setting up the theoretical background  of your initiative, will help you find the best audiences and ultimately improve your business.

1. Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs:

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a cross-border programme facilitating the exchange of entrepreneurial and management experience. The exchange is implemented by a stay of a newly established or potential entrepreneur with a well-experienced entrepreneur running a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) in another country. In the last five years, more than 2,500 pairs of entrepreneurs have benefitted from the programme.

2. Indiegogo.com:

Here you’ll find heaps of inspiring, surprising, and clever products in the Indiegogo Marketplace. And just like with crowdfunding, the products come straight from entrepreneurs and their teams all around the world.

3. ForEntrepreneurs.com

The name says it all: This website is the result of David Skok’s years of experience at Matrix Partners. With an MBA to complement his background, Skok’s approach to startup techniques and financial modeling is user friendly, though strongly technical, rich in charts and equations.

4. OneVest.com

One of the most reputable of crowdfunding sites, this is where you can raise a maximum of $5 million from investors with a proven background. If crowdfunding is part of your startup strategy, head to the site with a reputation in the field for making it easy.

5. AudienceBloom.com

You’re an entrepreneur, not an SEO guru, so leave the technical aspects of your online presence to the pros. Plus, check out the blog to get the latest updates in laymen’s terms on internet marketing, SEO, mobile readiness, and the like.

6. Dutiee.com

The go-to site for social entrepreneurs, you can glean information on how to succeed as a nonprofit and ways to incorporate social into any type of business. There’s an emphasis on ethically made goods, too.

7. Quora.com

This one’s a no-brainer for many. Some of the most reputable entrepreneurs and leaders in the tech industry come here to dole out information, making it among the best websites to get your questions answered.

8. AngelList.com

Do you dream of finding an angel investor? A product of Venture Hacks, this is the platform for new companies to get equity from reliable investors; it also features templates to minimize attorney fees.

9. EpicLaunch.com

Even though this site is aimed at younger entrepreneurs, it’s brimming with resources no matter what your age. It’s a great tool for anyone new to the world of startups and has proved itself as a catalyst for building strong foundations.

10. BusinessOwnersToolkit.com

This simple guide is straightforward with no fluff. There’s zero risk of wasting time here, and it reveres versatility, so it appeals to all kinds of entrepreneurs. If you want to get straight ito the heart of things, this is where you start.

11. ChicCEO.com

Designed for female entrepreneurs, you’ll find plenty of downloadable resources here from a plethora of contracts to business plans. Even though it’s meant for women, there are plenty of resources for both genders.

12. AllBusiness.com

This site is rich with advice and tips for just about everything an entrepreneur may need to know. From office etiquette to internet marketing, it’s a favorite daily stop for many small business owners-to-be.

 

 


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