How to launch a company for under $10,000

Posted by on August 31, 2010 in Work |

Even if you’re a hard core TechCrunch reader and follower, you might have missed this interesting post from the weekend. Adeo Ressi, founder of TheFunded and startup accelerator, Founder Institute, shared his 10 step plan for entrepreneurs to launch a company for under $2,000.

Now some people may wonder, why are we promoting bootstrapping methods when we offer some of these services ourselves? Well, because Bob and I are both entrepreneurs at heart and have been through the start-up modes ourselves with various companies. We know what it’s like to try to get a company off the ground without seed funding – and we fervently support any and all entrepreneurs willing to take that risk and try to start a company, especially in the current economic climate.

We talk and work with companies at all stages of growth (and size). Even if a company can’t afford a professional firm, we try to offer some web design and marketing advice and tips to provide a little nudge. We know that it sometimes takes a village to help nurture startups into “real” companies.

So if you are considering a start-up (or in the middle of launching one), enjoy these tips.


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