This technical note is intended to enlighten any project developer who wishes to raise funds while protecting themselves against dilution. By dilution, we mean the dilution of the shares and the control of the company. After reading this note, the project leader can get an overview of the different sources of funding he can use […]Read More
Help in recruiting a growth player: What are the main differences between a business developer and a sales representative?
In our ever-changing world, people are talking a lot about business developers as they are becoming more and more popular in the companies. Often confused with salespeople, their profiles/functions have points of convergence but they are far from being identical. This report will help to understand the main differences between these two functions/profiles. It will […]Read More
Choose to be an full-time or a part-time entrepreneur : What are the elements to take into account when the student-entrepreneur graduates?
Today, more and more students are jumping into entrepreneurship. There are over 5,000 in Belgium to benefit from the student-entrepreneur status. However, what happens when they finish their studies? Students face several options. He or she may decide to start as a full-time entrepreneur, to combine his project with another professional activity and thus to […]Read More
In 2017, e-commerce grew by 17 %. Even today, e-commerce is doing extremely well and is growing at a fast pace. More and more companies are developing their online presence and total sales reached nearly $ 2 billion in 2017. Observers say this growth is not about to stop and therefore, e-commerce has a bright […]Read More
If everybody needs bank services one day, a young entrepreneur does not necessarily know how to address a banker. This note is aimed at giving entrepreneurs tools to prepare a meeting with a banker through questions he will ask himself and will ask you too. 1) Who are you? What is your project? 2) What […]Read More
The tax shelter, the crowd lending and the “prêt coup de pouce” are three incentives created by the government in order to facilitate the private investment in young companies. By their introduction, the Belgian legislator wanted to facilitate the raising of private funds by offering a tax advantage for each euro invested in a young […]Read More