Any young company looking to raise money must first decide on a type of financing: debt or equity. Debt financing refers to when a business borrows money that they then need to pay back with interest. Equity financing, on the other hand, is when investors inject capital or other assets into a business in exchange for a certain percentage of ownership. Startups should be aware of the advantages and potential downsides of each form of financing.
Measurable Goals and Performance Metrics: Why is it so hard to do and well ? By Yohan Albo Share it Facebook Google+ Twitter LinkedIn A few months ago, I left Oracle, where I was managing the largest R&D site in Israel, to launch a consulting firm which specializes in Data-driven decision making and Data strategy. … Read more