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Bringing in the Big Guns – The Corporation Takes Shape – New Partners, New Problems

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Bringing in the Big Guns – The Corporation Takes Shape – New Partners, New Problems

The Next Fun(ding) Round

The company needs cash. A and B estimate that they need about $2.5 million to grow the business, realizing that the extended 90 day credit from vendors will start to evaporate and that they will have to spend much more cash to make large amounts of The Sauce well ahead of time. Much of it will end up as work in process inventory and it will become a meaningful item on their balance sheet.

Having seen many startups dream a little dream, Reid immediately doubles the $2.5...

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