Why investors aren't always necessary

02/11/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Many company founders think they need to attract investors to get their businesses off the ground, but sometimes the best first step is to secure a client, writes Ami Kassar of MultiFunding. A contract or paying client will give the company real value. Another upside is avoiding months spent chasing investors without producing any income.

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