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Function Of A Feasibility Plan – Proof Of Business Concept

Feasibility plans help entrepreneurs – and their investors – judge whether a business concept is credible. The process of preparing a feasibility plan is a testing process – a validation process to determine what could go wrong and what needs to go right for an enterprise to root and grow. Preparing a feasibility plan requires […]

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Developing A Feasibility Study

A Feasibility Study (proof of business concept) is a formalized, written approach to evaluating your business idea. It should; • Show you what facts and figures are needed to aid decision making. • Show whether or not your idea is viable. • Allow you to discover and look at alternative approaches and solutions to putting […]

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Feasibility Studies vs Business Plans

Be sure you know what you want and what to expect when pursuing a new venture, business or project. A lot of time, resources and money can be saved in knowing what to do and the order in which to do it. A good rule of thumb is to never commission a business plan until […]

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Canadian Venture Capital & Private Equity Database

Canadian Capital Providers Guide is an extensive database covering many Canada based venture capital and private equity firms. The types of investors include venture capital, private equity investors, angel investors, university sponsored investors and government sponsored investors. We launched this database due to growing number of firms seeking for information relating to venture capital & […]

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Building Relationships with Investors

The importance of relationships with potential customers & investors (angel investors and venture capitalists) is often overlooked and under-minded by Entrepreneurs looking for funding. The fact is, relationship building with these investors and customers (yes, prior to even having a product released) is very important. Traditionally speaking, most Entrepreneurs assume cash first…than customers. But really, […]

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