Insights and Opinions: Five Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

For our Insights and Opinions section today, we have an article from Scott Edward Walker, an attorney at Walker Corporate Law Group, who gives his list of five common mistake that entrepeneurs make in raising capital.

This post discusses the five most common mistakes entrepreneurs make in raising capital: (i) playing securities lawyer; (ii) selling securities to non-"accredited investors"; (iii) advertising or soliciting investors; (iv) using an unregistered finder to sell securities; and (v) selling preferred stock to angel investors.

Read the full article on our Insights and Opinions section.

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posted on Thursday, September 24, 2009

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