Suzanne Kearns

Suzanne Kearns

Suzanne has been a full-time freelance writer for 20 years. She’s written for numerous business and financial publications such as Entrepreneur, Reason Magazine, Home Business Magazine, and Money Crashers.

finding-funding

How to Maintain Equity in Your Startup

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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cash-flow

Best Practices for Managing Cash Flow in Your New Startup

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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finding-funding

4 Ways to Get Customers to Fund Your Startup

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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finding-funding

Put Down That Loan Application — Five Reasons to Bootstrap Your Business

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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technology-and-security

5 Legal Considerations When Establishing a BYOD Policy

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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business-development

How to Test Market Your Big Idea on a Small Scale

When launching a startup, you need capital to get the business up and running. While most startup founders automatically look to bankers or investors for that capital, there are other ways to get it. Your customers, for example, are a great source of capital for your new business. Here are four ways you can use […]

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