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Published:October 10th, 2008 17:58 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Jeff Wofford, Author of the Business Plan is Dead

Judyth Piazza chats with Jeff Wofford, Author of the Business Plan is Dead

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

JEFFREY WOFFORD is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur with over 15 year`s industry experience. He has worked for and consulted to Fortune 500 and startups companies including: Oracle Corporation, Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, and Scient Corporation. He is Managing Partner at Level 6 were he leads the Global Technology practice.

Jeffrey holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from California State University, San Jose CA, and a Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu CA, where he graduated with Beta Gamma Sigma honors. Jeffrey lives with his wife and three children in Northern California`s Silicon Valley.

Need money for your business? Funds are always available, Jeff can give some direction to your listeners on how to access these resources. All business owners can benefit from a few minutes on How to Raise Capital in the New Economy. 

Some topics to be addressed in today`s economy on raising capital ?

- The recession and tightening budgets
- Tips for raising money from friends and family
- How the SBA loan process works
- What`s the quickest way to put a presentation together for investors

Based on his experience raising millions of dollars for various business ventures, Jeff Wofford offers his invaluable knowledge for "fund" raising in the new book, THE BUSINESS PLAN IS DEAD: How to Raise Capital in the New Economy. He skillfully guides experienced entrepreneurs who want to start a business or those that need more capital on what`s important to focus on within their business plan.

Using Wofford`s proven New Economy Framework called the, "M and N Model", he shares tips and ideas with readers on how to complete an investor presentation with everything that they need to start raising money. In fact a rough draft can be put together in a few hours. This method simplifies business goals in a limited number of slides, assists the investor in understanding the business opportunity and shows them what`s in for them.

In a sea of business start-ups and entrepreneurs looking for seed money, Wofford`s practical techniques and step-by-step instructions will guide any investor into funding your business.