Do you feel frustrated every time you look at your budget and don’t see how you could possibly fund growth in your business? There are 4 points of leverage in your business, and money is one of them. Join Business Growth Coach Leslie Hassler & guest Jenny Kassan, from her office in Dallas, Texas as we share how to leverage other people’s money to grow your business. In this episode we will cover:
- The 4 Points of Leverage To Grow Your Business
- The 6 components of Money Leverage
- Learn About the Types of Funding and Who they are good for
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More about Our Guest on the Double Your Business in 90 Days Show
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Jenny has two decades of experience as an attorney and advisor for mission-driven enterprises.
She has helped her clients raise millions of dollars and raised several hundred thousand for her own business. Jenny serves her clients in the areas of business start-up, entity structuring to preserve mission, enterprise finance, securities regulation, investment crowdfunding, nonprofit law, and cooperatives.
In 2010, Jenny co-founded Cutting Edge Capital, a consulting firm that helps social ventures raise community capital and pioneers tools for a more inclusive and values-driven economy. Jenny served as Cutting Edge Capital’s CEO for five years.
Jenny earned her J.D. from Yale Law School and a masters degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of California at Berkeley.
Prior to beginning her work in securities and finance, Jenny worked for eleven years at a nonprofit community development corporation in Oakland, where she served as staff attorney and managed community economic development projects including the formation and management of several social ventures designed to employ and create business ownership opportunities for low-income community residents.
Jenny is the President of Community Ventures, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the economic and social development of communities. She also co-founded the Sustainable Economies Law Center, a nonprofit that provides legal information to support sustainable economies.
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