Nicolas Gremion

Make Solicitation a Company Value (in a PG-13 Way)

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Funding / November 10, 2013

Policies shift dramatically in the wake of an economic disaster. Four years after the stock market crash of 1929, regulations were enacted which barred privately owned companies from publicly seeking investment. This ban on general solicitation essentially decreed that all fundraising had to occur behind closed doors. Then, in 2012 — once again, roughly four years following the onset of recession — President Obama instituted the Jumpstart Our…

Crushing Your Dreams: Why Self-Publishing is a Dead End

by / ⠀Finding Customers Startup Advice / January 6, 2012

Everyone’s making millions on self-publishing these days.  Authors who circumvent traditional publishers are getting their books out themselves, and giving mainstream publishing the middle finger as they rack up big sales.  It’s a (virtual) gold mine! That’s what the media wants you to believe.  Just writing an eBook and adding it to Amazon’s inventory won’t make you famous or rich.  These are the very rare success stories, which…

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