During this continued high unemployment rate there has stemmed a rise of entrepreneurs. Start-ups, and the idea of fulfilling a passion, has been made possible with the mass amount of online outlets. However, what happends when you strike success but you do not have the manufacturing, monetary, and/or man power to take it to that next step? Should you give the majority of your company’s equity to an investor?
In this recent New York Times article, this very question is asked. And, although it does not give a straight answer, it is a question that is very relevent. This article provides opinions of big business owners and founders. Some say take the hit, others say stay strong and look for other outlets aside from giving up a large share of business.
Also, at the end of the article it calls for opinions: What do you think?