About Todd Smith

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Todd Smith has written 28 articles so far, you can find them below.

How Small Business Benefits From Crowdfunding

How Small Business Benefits From Crowdfunding We’ve been hearing the term crowdfunding a lot in the media so let’s discuss what it is and how small business benefits from crowdfunding. Does your business need capital for expansion? We’re headed to the first ever Crowdfunding Bootcamp on October 9-11, 2012 and you’re invited! What is crowdfunding?Crowdfunding […] Continue reading →

Why You Need A Business Plan Consultant

Why You Need A Business Plan Consultant Many aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners think they can write their own business plans. In truth, very few of them are actually capable of putting together a plan that succinctly states what the business is all about, and why investors should fund it. For starters, a business plan […] Continue reading →

Why Start Your Own Company?

Why Start Your Own Company? The top of mind question for many would-be entrepreneurs is: why start my own Company? While true that the safety and security of a W-2 job is comforting, true stability and freedom comes from starting, owning, and operating your own business. While there is risk, there is also a much […] Continue reading →

Why Everyone Needs A Business Plan

Why Everyone Needs A Business Plan This past week, I attended a great workshop out in the mid-western US. A little chillier there than the 80 degrees back home in Florida, but well worth the trip.  Nonetheless, I was appalled that a speaker during the workshop said he “hated the term ‘business plan’ and that […] Continue reading →

7 Secrets For a Fundable Business Plan

7 Secrets For a Fundable Business Plan Later this month, Blue Horizon Venture Consulting will be putting on a free webinar called “7 Secrets to a Fundable Business Plan”.  During this webinar, we’ll be talking about some of the tips and tricks that can make a business plan appealing to investors. Todd Smith, Blue Horizon’s […] Continue reading →