Ich bin eben über einen älteren Artikel der U.S. News & World Report gestolpert. Der Ausschnitt trifft den Nagel auf den Kopf.
It's not necessarily that bootstrappers can't raise big bucks. Rather, these go-getters think financing on the fly is the smarter way to start a company. "When you raise money, you are spending all your energy on finding out what your investors want and proving you can return their capital in a certain amount of time," says entrepreneur Bijoy Goswami. So attention is diverted from focusing on potential customers and what's needed to build the best business possible. Having little money to spend forces the bootstrapper to innovate and be flexible.
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