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When to Bootstrap

Most businesses start out by bootstrapping which includes using the founder’s personal credit and money from friends and family to cover startup essentials like incorporating, basic office supplies or maybe a domain name for their website.

Sweat equity contributions from the founder, team members, or service providers can also help move a startup along while limiting the capital spent to essentials.

Bootstrapping is a given for 99% of all small businesses nowadays. You should expect to utilize those personal credit cards, ask your friends and family for cash, and try to convince others to work for stock in exchange for a piece of your future success.

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