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Useful Resources

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Useful Resources

 

 

This is the page for our contributors to add links and recommendations to their favoirite resources from the internet (or in the real world). Pease feel free to add to this list, and to organize it in the way that you think is best. Please follow the Community Guidelines when making any posting to Kookyplan. Thank you!

 

 

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Kookyplan contributor recommendations:

 

One book that I found to be most helpful in dealing with Professional Services Firms is David Maister's "Managing the Professional Service Firm". He also has a great website - www.davidmaister.com. It has given me the tools to analyze firms and their model of operation very quickly. It helps cut through the cozy haze that firms employ when you first make contact with them to see if you'd like to work with them.

 

Feedback or further insights are appreciated.

 

Doug

 

 

Other resources:

 

(a) The National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) is the trade association that represents the venture capital industry. It is a member-based organization. Its membership consists of venture capital firms and organizations that manage pools of risk equity capital designated for investment in young, emerging companies. Currently, the NVCA represents 400+ member firms, representing the majority of venture capital invested in U.S. based companies.

(b) The National Association of Small Business Investment Companies (NASBIC) is dedicated to building and maintaining a strong and profitable Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) industry. For 42 years, NASBIC has played a pivotal role in promoting the growth and vitality of this business sector through effective representation in Washington and successful professional programs.

(c) European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (EVCA).

(d) Venture Capital Report is the UK's foremost business angel network, matching private investors with entrepreneurs seeking equity capital. VCR publishes the "bible" of the Venture Capital Industry, the VCR Directory 2001/2002 Edition. VCR is regulated by the SFA and is an associate member of the BVCA (British Venture Capital and Private Equity Association).

(e) Venture Capital Institute: Sponsored by the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies (NASBIC) and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), the Venture Capital Institute is respected worldwide as the educational foundation for professionals in the venture capital and private equity profession.

 

 

 

General Onine resources:

 

Florida Entrepreneurship website: http://www.floridatrend.com/small_biz.asp

 

 

Entrepreneurial Edge ( http://www.lowe.org/ ): An online community

where entrepreneurs can discuss problems and seek advice from peers.

 

Entreworld ( http://www.entreworld.org ): A product of the Kauffman

 

Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Entreworld offers advice

and case studies on creating businesses, writing business plans,

and tracking down investors.

 

The Forum for Women Entrepreneurs ( http://www.few.org ): A professional

association for women entrepreneurs in technology and

life sciences companies. Members benefit from networking opportunities

with investors.

 

Idea Cafe´ ( http://www.ideacafe.com): A business portals with a smallbusiness

channel that advises entrepreneurs on financing issues,

as well as general business-management subjects.

 

Moneyhunter ( http://www.moneyhunter.com): Free advice for honing

business ideas, creating a business plan, and searching for investors.

 

National Venture Capital Association ( http://www.nvca.com/): A professional

association created for venture fund managers, but entrepreneurs

can use the membership directory to scout out

funding candidates.

 

Nvest. com ( http://www.nvst.com): Extensive information about funding

and growing private businesses.

 

 

Rutgers University ( http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/rrgateway/researchguides/busi/smallbus.shtml): A comprehensive online

guide for entrepreneurs, this site includes sections devoted to

business financing as well as links to related Web sites and an

index to printed resources in the university’s library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Service Corps of Retired Executives ( http://www.score.org/ ): A nonprofit

group of former managers that offers new entrepreneurs

advice and mentoring.

 

 

Venture Associates ( http://www.venturea.com/): Provides information

on the full range of financing alternatives available to entrepreneurs.

 

Venture Capital Resource Library ( http://www.vfinance.com/): A venture

capital professional association, its resource library can help

entrepreneurs stay on top of VC trends and new fund capitalizations.

Business managers can also use the site to present their

business plans to investors for a fee.

 

 

INCUBATORS

 

National Business Incubator Association ( http://www.nbia.org): Offers

links to member incubators by state or country. Also explains

the role of incubators in helping start ups and organizes conferences.

 

Otaniemi Technology Park ( http://www.otech.fi/ScienceParks.html):

The Web site for this Finnish technology center lists URLs for

incubators throughout Europe.

 

 

 

K. Williams Resources ( http://kwilliams.bizhosting.com/vclubs.

html): Lists venture clubs by state.

 

MAGAZINES

 

The following magazines regularly cover financing for entrepreneurs

with original content on their Web sites, as well as in their

traditional printed publications.

 

Inc. Online www.inc.com

 

Fortune Small Business www.fsb.com

 

Red Herring Online www.herring.com

 

Entrepreneur www.entrepreneur.com

 

 

 

 

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