Bootstrappers pull up in downturns

04/21/2009 | Nashville City Paper (Tenn.)

Clint Smith started Emma, a do-it-yourself electronic marketing company, in 2001 just after the dot-com bust. Venture capital was hard to come by, so Smith and co-founder Will Weaver opted for a line of credit, taking out just enough to fund their startup until the cash started rolling in. Candace Moonshower talks to Smith and two other bootstrapping experts, including author Jeff Cornwall, who says he sees it in every downturn: "People making something out of nothing."

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