4 Big Businesses Built With Small Cash

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Starting a business takes money. Venture capitalists, angel investors and banks sometimes swoop in to help out a business at the start, but more often than not an entrepreneur is on his or her own unless they can catch investors' attention. However, having a large amount of start-up cash doesn't necessarily mean you can build a large business. The tech bust was littered with well-capitalized companies that died. In this slideshow we'll look at entrepreneurs who started big business with very little start-up money.
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