(PRWEB) May 27, 2005
Commonwealth Capital Advisors & CCA International have agreed to donate 1,000,000 E-books worth almost Ten Million Dollars to the Global Entrepreneur Community. Their E-book is entitled, ÂRaising Capital for Start-Up & Early Stage Companies Â The Secrets of Wall Street.Â ÂSummarized EditionÂ
Commonwealth Capital Advisors has revolutionized the way entrepreneurs raise start-up and early stage capital in the United States through their Financial ArchitectÂ® System. The Financial ArchitectÂ® System is an alternative solution for raising capital. The System simply uses the techniques, strategies and tactics used by Wall Street stockbrokers. Most entrepreneurs seek equity capital from institutional sources, such as venture capital firms and investment banks. The main problem is that most venture capital firms and investment banks do not fund start-up and early stage companies
Timothy Hogan, CEO of Commonwealth Capital Advisors, is quoted as saying, ÂEntrepreneurs are the backbone of the world economic community. We, as a company, feel it is important to provide global entrepreneurs with the tools they need to be successful in their capital raising efforts. Too many great ideas, inventions and companyÂs fail due to a lack of capital. If we, as a nation, and by extension, the world, expect to survive economically we need to change the way capital is raised for emerging companies. This cause must be addressed now to help further every entrepreneurÂs opportunity for success in the global economic community. Therefore, we have decided to donate the E-books to further that cause.Â
The first million entrepreneurs (business owners) in the world interested in raising capital can receive a complimentary copy of the E-book by visiting the CCA International web site: http://www.CCAIntl.co.uk
The quote listed below was published in the May 2005 issue of the Inventors' Digest newsletter.
"Seventy-three million people across the globe are either nascent entrepreneurs or own or manage a young business, according to the sixth annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. Directed by London Business School and Babson College, the report is the largest annual measure of entrepreneurial activity worldwide, spanning 34 countries and a total labor force of 784 million people.
In 2004, 11.3 percent of the U. S. adult population were entrepreneurs while in the U. K. the percentage was 6.3, in Germany 4.5."
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