Whether it’s for the chance to do business with the Dallas Maverick’s owner, or the for a share of the spotlight, the end result is that the gauntlet has been thrown for these big money moguls to re-invest in American know-how.
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The most important thing to make your business venture successful is $$. To get financing, you need to impress investors, and trust me, that is not an easy task. So before you venture into the investor market and pitch your business, here are some tips to help your prospects:
Smart Stalking: Just finding investors can be [...]
Right now, my attention is being diverted. I can’t even tell, most of the time, people have to tell me.
As an entrepreneur, inventor, and just an idea-guy in general, I get distracted easily. In fact, although I’m not a huge fan of Donald Trump (did I mention I don’t like cockiness), I listened to [...]
Straight lines are for rank and file types. The true mark of an entrepreneur is that he can zig when he needs to, or zag when the time comes. Without getting into specifics, ideatango may be taking a zag soon. So what does that mean. We’ll you’ll just have to wait.
What am I doing about [...]
WARNING: THIS POST GIVES A HEAVY DOSE OF REALITY! PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
Being a business owner in the invention industry, and an inventor myself, I felt I needed to voice – eh hem – vent, some fallacies that are prevalent in the industry. Here is a short list of common misconceptions of people, businesses, and [...]
Well, the title says it all. Today we walked away with the top honor given at the Rice Alliance Information Technology & Web 2.0 Investor Forum. Essentially the investor audience voted us one of the “Most Promising” companies.
Our award is largely in part to Lisa Lloyd, who gave a fantastic elevator pitch to [...]
Because we now have blogging capability on the NEW IdeaTango.com, we’re moving the IdeaTango.com blog here. Not only will I continue writing the blog, but now famous inventor of the French Twister, and partner of IdeaTango.com, Lisa Lloyd will be sharing her wisdom on the new blog.
This blog at bryandaigle.com will become my personal [...]
To answer the question posed by the title of this post, more that we expected. The HIA event turnout for the show was double what they expected. The show topped out at 250 attendees and the little room was jam packed with inventors, businesses, and service providers. I was impressed!
An MBA student [...]
We recently pitched our company and business model to a group in Houston. The main purpose of the venue was to practice our presentation as we’re thinking more about getting investors later this year and to get feedback about how we can improve the presentation. Overall, the reviews were very positive, and the feedback [...]