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10 Myths About Angel Investors and Raising Capital

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Kenneth Darryl Brown

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So you think you got the next million dollar idea?

You feel you've got the next Apple or Microsoft or Google?

You are saying to yourself and others that will listen to you, that your product or service is a “True Game Changer” and you are ready to dominate to the market?

All you need is an investment of $1 million dollars, $5 million or $10 million.  Really?  Think again.

If you need to raise money to take your business to the next level, what do you do?  What are some of the best practices, what do entrepreneurs and business owners need to know about raising capital and angel investment?  What are the facts and trends of raising capital? What are some of the myths and misconceptions about angel investors and raising capital? 

James Naylor is currently the President / CEO and co-found of KENOVA Technologies and founder of KENOVA Ventures.
He is an expert in Agile Project Management (APM) (a specialized process for building technology) and has been published for his pioneering approaches to global APM deployment.

James has worked in the high tech field for over 25 years, mostly working with and advising startups.  He has been responsible for and overseen thousands of successful projects; from software development, M&As, FDA remediation, medical appliance quality management systems, marketing campaigns, business startups.

James is an expert in technology business startups and during the past decade James has steered KENOVA to deliver solutions to address the needs of startups and early stage technology companies.

Join us on this show for an interesting conversation that will  give you valuable information that you need to know to raise the capital that you need. Don't miss it!

James's website is  www.KenovaTech.com

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