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Women in Action Sports to get $100,000 in grant from AMEX and NBC

          Would be amazing if you could vote for Women in Action Sports tonight before 11:30pm EST, 8:30pm PST We could get a grant for $100,000 provided by AMEX and NBC! Very cool. You do need to create an account, just use a your designated newsletter email address. Please follow these Read more…

$100,000 Grant for your Small Business apply by September 13th

          Money Money Money… I see no lack in this “recession”. Its all about connectivity and knowing what opportunities are out there. I am still in disbelief I missed Ford’s Fiesta Movement for a free car, fuel included! But have no fear new doors of opportunity are always opening.  AMEX and Read more…

Submit “The Perfect Pitch” = Present to investors in front of Sir Richard Branson = Get Funded

Register here on The Perfect Pitch submission page in order to qualify for a chance to present your company to high level investors and potentially get funded. (Deadline September 8th)

Judging takes place at The Perfect Pitch 2009 Entrepreneur & Investor Conference with Richard Branson of Virgin. Just the chance to win a free trip to Los Angeles, stay at the Ritz Carlson, VIP to the conference and present to Sir Richard Branson himself is worth a quick submission.

Venture money is dried up not because of the economy, but because all the money went to Twitter. Ha!

          Twitter raises 35 million this week in addition to what they already have. Woo hoo. No business plan, no monetization model. Now that’s setting an example. Here I thought Bart Simpson was a bad influence. Go Start Up go. Take the money and run to Switzerland. When did being a Read more…

Costume change to “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket”

          Considering this blog was always intended to be a positive resource for business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs and just plain and simple geeks I’ve altered the title a bit. It was called “I’m Gonna Get Funded Damnit” as a satire to all those people who are overly concerned with raising money Read more…